Fort Bragg Garden Club awards three scholarships – Fort Bragg Advocate-Information

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Each 12 months Fort Bragg Garden Club presents school scholarships to deserving highschool college students who plan on majoring in a discipline resulting in a profession that’s related to or promotes crops and/or gardening. From agronomy to plant pathology, botany to city planning, the alternatives are nearly infinite. After reviewing purposes from well-qualified highschool seniors, the choice is at all times troublesome. 

Fort Bragg Garden Club is proud to acknowledge and announce the three college students who’ve every been awarded a $1000 school scholarship: 

Dylan Shawn Hutchinson, from Fort Bragg High School, will be attending Pitzer College. (Contributed)
Dylan Shawn Hutchinson, from Fort Bragg High School, can be attending Pitzer College. (Contributed)

Dylan Shawn Hutchinson, from Fort Bragg High School, can be attending Pitzer College. She plans on majoring in Environmental Analysis with an curiosity in pursuing a profession in Environmental Policy or Environmental Public Relations. “The natural world has always been an integral part of who I am.” Dylan intends to make use of her rising data to assist domesticate optimistic actions and sustainable options that can advance the reason for defending our planet. 

Emily Rose Nadeau, from Fort Bragg High School, wants to study Psychology at California Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo. (Contributed)
Emily Rose Nadeau, from Fort Bragg High School, needs to check Psychology at California Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo. (Contributed)

Emily Rose Nadeau, from Fort Bragg High School, needs to check Psychology at California Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo. A born nurturer and avid houseplant fanatic, Emily found, “Like plants, people are unbelievably complex and have different desires and needs.” Drawing on her need to make a optimistic distinction, and her expertise and love of caring for houseplants, she plans to make use of her insights to assist and help people based mostly on their psychological and emotional wants. 

Patricia Marien, a longtime member of Fort Bragg Garden Club. (Contributed)
Patricia Marien, a longtime member of Fort Bragg Garden Club. (Contributed)

Patricia Marien, a longtime member of Fort Bragg Garden Club, was dedicated to our program to advertise gardening and horticulture via scholarships for highschool seniors. Before passing away in February of this 12 months, Patricia made a donation to our Scholarship Fund. In her honor, we current the primary $1,000 Patricia Marien Scholarship recipient, Maxwell Deacon Brown, from Mendocino Community High School. He will examine journalism and screenwriting at California State University in Monterey Bay. Maxwell’s purpose is to “create content that is meaningful.” He plans to make use of his writing to evoke a way of marvel whereas incorporating a world view of getting a small environmental footprint. “I feel very strongly about taking care of our natural world.” 

We wish to congratulate these excellent college students. They are glorious function fashions for our communities, and we want them continued success within the classroom and past.   

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela

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