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Chapter 60

We meet the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 6:00 PM at:

The Knights of Columbus Hall

725 W. Ridgecrest Blvd.

Ridgecrest, California

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Ashlin Mattos graduated from Burroughs High School this year and plans to attend Cerro Coso Community College next year. Ashlin was class president during his freshman and sophomore years and he nearly won the presidency his senior year even though he campaigned while absent via the Internet and US mail, while in Venezuela as an exchange student. Mr. Mattos also served as Vice President of the Spanish Club,  a member of the Key Club, and has participated in the Walk for Cancer. Upon completion of his studies at Cerro Coso, he plans to enroll in Fresno State University pursuing studies in international law and obtaining a his PHD in Political Science. His professional goals are to pursue a career in international law and to seek an ambassadorship to a Latin American Country.

The Board of Directors received a scholarship application from Erica Shaw on 8 June 2005. The board reviewed and approved her application on 27 July. Presenting the $500 Paul Guignet scholarship to Erica is Diane Guignet. This scholarship is the 3rd awarded Erica. She has accumulated 54 units at Cerro Coso College with a GPA of 3.90. Erica has almost completed her classes to receive an A.S. in Administration of Justice. Congratulations to Erica.

Ashlin Mattos was granted a $500 Paul Guignet Memorial Scholarship for the fall semester at Cerro Coso Community College.

 Ashlin Mattos graduated from Burrows High School this year and plans to attend Cerro Coso Community College next year. Ashlin was class president during his freshman and sophomore years and he nearly won the presidency his senior year even though he campaigned while absent via the Internet and US mail, while in Venezuela as an exchange student. Mr. Mattos also served as Vice President of the Spanish Club,  a member of the Key Club, and has participated in the Walk for Cancer. Upon completion of his studies at Cerro Coso, he plans to enroll in Fresno State University pursuing studies in international law and obtaining a his PHD in Political Science. His professional goals are to pursue a career in international law and to seek an ambassadorship to a Latin American Country.

The International Footprint Association, Chapter 60 recently awarded Erica Shaw the Colonel Burke West Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is for $500 and is awarded to students pursuing a degree in Law enforcement. Presenting the check to Erica is Mrs. Burke West. This scholarship is the 4th awarded to Erica. She carries a GPA of 3.92 at Cerro Coso Collage and will receive her certificate in Administration of Justice this May. She has also been accepted at Northern Arizona University to pursue a degree in Chemistry with emphasis in pre-forensic science and criminalistics with the goal of a career in forensics.

The President of local chapter 60, Mr. Jim Bowen would like to extend appreciations and thanks to all the local organizations and individuals that contribute to help make these scholarships possible. They include:  Coldwell Banker Best Realty, Jacobs Sverdrup Naval Systems Group, Gary Charlon State Farm Insurance, Ridgecrest Regional Hospital, Holland and Lyons Mortuary, D.D.S. Craig Bare and John Ahn, T & T Alignment, and Jack and Dana Lyons.

 

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