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Good News for Tyler Hart, Lane Sutherland, Xue Dimaggio and the SLO County Housing Trust Fund

Recent Coast Union High School graduates Lane Sutherland, left, and Xue Dimaggio, right, recently received scholarships of $900 each from the Cambria Garden Club. Club President Leanne Snodgrass, center, is pictured with them.
Recent Coast Union High School graduates Lane Sutherland, left, and Xue Dimaggio, right, recently received scholarships of $900 each from the Cambria Garden Club. Club President Leanne Snodgrass, center, is pictured with them.

San Luis Obispo

Tyler Hart, a senior at Mission College Preparatory Catholic High School, applied for and was selected to attend the National Security & Counterintelligence Institute at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.

The summer program for high school students included classes and activities that focused on a variety of topics such as cyber security, the United States and the Middle East, arms proliferation and drug trafficking.

Tyler also volunteers as a docent at the Central Coast Veterans Memorial Museum.

He is the son of Dan and Jennifer Hart of San Luis Obispo.

SLO County

The Bank of America Foundation has contributed $5,000 to the San Luis Obispo County Housing Trust Fund.

“Bank of America supports San Luis Obispo community organizations that provide education, jobs, affordable housing and food for local residents,” said Greg Bland, Central Coast market president at Bank of America.

The HTF is a nonprofit corporation established in 2003 to increase the supply of affordable housing in SLO County.

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