The South County Youth Coalition has received a donation from the Pismo Beach Women of the Moose. At the check presentation are, from left, John Sly, Pam Carter, Sue Seaman, Mary Squellati, Laurie Morgan, Traci Corbin and Mitzi Kelly.
Pismo Beach Loyal Order of the Moose and the Pismo Beach Women of the Moose recently donated $3,000 to the South County Youth Coalition.
The donation was the result of a dinner and raffle fundraiser, which was also supported by
California Fresh Market and by the McLin Family Foundation. The funds will go toward the Youth Scholarship fund, which supports enrichment opportunities for youths in the South County. San Luis Obispo
Alpha Mu Chapter (Delta Kappa Gamma International) held a fundraiser at the SLO Repertory Theater recently. More than $2,200 was raised for Cuesta College scholarships and teacher candidate awards. Six early educators were each awarded $200 to be used to set up their first classroom.
Cuesta College students receiving scholarships were
Katie Bratt, Heather Anderson, Melanie Thatcher, Ashley Clarkson, Kyndall Maring and Claire Jones.
Students who received $200 scholarships from the Alpha Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma International are Katie Bratt, Heather Anderson, Melanie Thatcher and Ashley Clarkson. Not pictured are Kyndall Maring and Claire Jones.
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San Luis Obispo Branch of American Association of University Women presented four $500 scholarships each to recent San Luis Obispo High School graduates Grace Gilmore, Emily Stephens, Haley Block and Kate Miller.
The mission of AAUW is to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research.
Recent San Luis Obispo High School graduates, from left, Grace Gilmore, Emily Stephens, Haley Block and Kate Miller each received a scholarship in the amount of $500 from the American Association of University Women.
District 4 San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Lynn Compton recently presented a check to the Nipomo Senior Center. “It was great visiting the Nipomo Senior Center and delivering a check for $1,500,” Compton said. “The Senior Center will be updating the couches, floors, exterior and more in the near future. By applying for the county’s Community Grant Fund, the group was awarded money for these updates. Thank you to Judy Mishoulam for applying for the grant. This is a perfect example of how to use these funds. I am glad to be able to support such a deserving cause.”