Ryan Tayman, 10, of Grover Beach recently competed at the Baseball Youth Future Games in Arizona with players from New York, Texas, New Mexico, Utah, Las Vegas and Hawaii.
Ryan was named MVP of the tournament in the 10-U division for his outstanding blocking skills as catcher, swift arm as pitcher, powerful hitting and for his sportsmanship and leadership on the field. Ryan also had the highest marks on three of the five skills competitions.
Ryan was recently ranked number two for 10-year-olds in the national player rankings and first in the state by Baseball Youth.
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The Ocean View Elementary student plays for SLO Tigers baseball club and Five Cities Cal Ripken Baseball.
San Luis Obispo
Emily Hillsinger, a graduate of San Luis Obispo High School and a student at Cal Poly, was recently named Grand Lecturer and representative to Mississippi, Arkansas and Louisiana for the Central Coast Assembly of the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls.
She was appointed at the Grand Assembly, its annual convention in Fresno. The IORG is a service organization sponsored by the Free Masons.
“In addition to providing this generous contribution and investing in the HTF’s revolving loan fund, the bank actively lends for housing developments in the county,” said Jerry Rioux, executive director of the Housing Trust Fund.
The fund is dedicated to increasing the supply of affordable housing in SLO County.
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