Friends of the Solana Beach Library Scholarship Award announced

Friends President Ann Welton presents scholarship winner Clare White McDonald with a check for $500 at the annual Friends Volunteer luncheon.

The Friends of the Solana Beach Library organization awarded its annual $500 scholarship to Solana Beach resident Clare White McDonald.

McDonald is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Library and Information Science from San Jose State University.  She plans to complete her studies this fall and graduate in December.  McDonald met all three scholarship requirements:  she’s enrolled in a master’s degree program in Library Science, she’s a resident of Solana Beach, and she volunteers at the Solana Beach Library under the supervision of Pat Tirona, acting branch manager.

The scholarship will assist McDonald in paying for her unpaid internship at the Solana Beach Library.

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  1. Solana Beach Library offers scholarship opportunities for library students
  2. Friends of the Solana Beach Library accepting applications for three Solana Beach student scholarships
  3. Discover endangered bonobos at the Solana Beach Library’s Friends Night Out with anthropologist Debbie Sandler
  4. Expert to speak on ‘The Wolf – Life and Legend’ at Solana Beach Library Friends Night Out event
  5. Friends of the Solana Beach Library to present award-winning author

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