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Students receive scholarships

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Liberty Lake’s Friends of Pavillion Park have awarded scholarships to the following students, who displayed a range of artistic talents, academic skills and community activism.

Each student received $500.

Ashley VavRosky, a Central Valley High School graduate who plans to attend Eastern Washington University, received the President’s Award for volunteer effort at Pavillion Park. In high school, she was involved in debate, drama, choir and theater.

Gonzaga Preparatory School graduate Maxwell Mean wants to attend Montana State University and received the Schneidmiller Spirit of Community Service Award. Mean was involved in sports, student government and drama. He won a Chase Youth Award.

Tony Shaver of Central Valley High School plans to head south to Pepperdine University. He participated in marching, pep, jazz and symphonic bands and community service projects.

Bryce Kingsley graduated from Central Valley High School and plans to attend Eastern Washington University. He participated in marching, pep, jazz and symphonic bands and community service activities.

James Miller, a Gonzaga Prep graduate, plans to go to Laguna College of Art and Design. He plays in a progressive rock band, won a Chase Youth Award and helps teach English as a second language.

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