San Luis Obispo
Masons from King David’s Lodge in San Luis Obispo recently donated $1,500 to the Christopher Meadows Memorial Paramedic Scholarship Fund in support of emergency medical education in SLO County.
The scholarship is named for Christopher Meadows, a sheriff's search and rescue volunteer who died while responding to a medical emergency at Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area.
Cuesta College paramedic student, Tania Coulombe, was one of five students in a five-county region to be selected for the scholarships that provided each student with $3,000.
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She received her scholarship at a dinner reception at King David’s Lodge and was presented with the award by Tim Meadows, Christopher’s father and chair of the scholarship fund.
Coulombe is currently employed as an EMT with San Luis Ambulance.
The Eco Club Five Cities recently held its first community giveaway to award nearly $400 to local community nonprofit organizations.
The recipients were: Five Cities Homeless Coalition, Exploration Station, and the Feline Network.
The Eco Club Five Cities is a green nonprofit organization known for zero waste community and civic events.
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