Wenatchee, WA Washington Apple Education Foundation (WAEF) announced on Aug. 19 that 320 students perceived $1.1 million in grant awards.
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The following Basin students perceived 2019 scholarships:
Othello High School
Alejandro Ramos perceived a Verbrugge family scholarship.
Angelica Hernandez and Lorena Flores-Leon perceived a Washington Fruit Produce Company scholarship.
Citlalli Rodriguez-Garcilazo perceived a Allan Brothers and a Washington Apple Education Foundation scholarship.
Gabriela Rodriguez-Garcilazo perceived a Allan Brothers scholarship.
Ivan Mendoza perceived a AgroFresh, Dan and Bri Plath, Jeff Jolene Hattori, and Northwest Farm Credit Services scholarship.
Omar Lopez-Corona perceived a CCM scholarship.
Santiago Basurto-Villalba perceived a CPC International Apple Company scholarship.
Royal High School
Adamari Valente, Anahi Tanner, Araceli Fabian, Evelyn Carreto and Martin Horta perceived a Washington Fruit Produce Co/Royal High School scholarship.
Ariadna Espino-Valencia perceived a Nordic scholarship.
Eduardo Rodriguez and Fernando Rodriguez perceived a NordicBear scholarship.
Fatima Cortez perceived a Cliff Janie Plath scholarship.
Guadalupe Guadarrama perceived a CCM scholarship.
Isabel Corona-Campiz perceived a Cliff Janie Plath and Valley Fruit scholarship.
Leslie Pena Garcia perceived a Northern Fruit/Ice Lakes scholarship.
Samantha Dunn perceived a Columbia River Orchards scholarship.
Wahluke High School
Rubi Gutierrez Herrera perceived a Nordic scholarship.
Sandra Rivera perceived a Robert and Hope Allan Memorial scholarship.
Adilene Sandoval perceived a H.M. Marion Gilbert Memorial scholarship.
Alejandro Vasquez perceived a Stemilt Growers scholarship.
Alondra Rodriguez perceived a Allan Brothers scholarship.
Quincy High School
Blanca Mejia perceived a Cliff Janie Plath scholarship.
Cesar Cuevas perceived a DM Chemical and Washington State Tree Fruit Association scholarship.
Jaelyn Zuniga-Diaz perceived a Washington Fruit Produce Company scholarship.
Mariana Ramirez perceived a Double Diamond Fruit, Jones Fruit and Washington Apple Education Foundation scholarship.
Moses Lake High School
Citlalli Guzman perceived a David Oppenheimer Company scholarship.
Esmeralda Jimenez Santos perceived a Washington Fruit Produce Company scholarship.
Ephrata High School
John Rawley perceived a Washington State Tree Fruit Association scholarship.
Matt Lopez perceived a NordicBear scholarship.
Sharron Adams perceived a Tree Top, Inc. scholarship.
Big Bend Community College
Miguel Cruz Santiago perceived a Thomas Mathison scholarship.
Quincy High School
Shayla Appling perceived a Joe Bulleri Memorial scholarship.
Silvia Esparza perceived a Double Diamond Fruit scholarship.
Jesus Barajas perceived a Automated Ag and WAEF Vocational Fund scholarship.
Ulises Sanchez perceived a Joe Bulleri Memorial and Oneonta Trading Corporation/Cooprider scholarship.
Odessa High School
Chance Messer perceived a Gerri Whiteaker Memorial scholarship.