Shoreline Dollars for Scholars Awards Eleven Scholarships for 2010

Monday, May 31, 2010


2010 Dollars For Scholars Winners.

The Shoreline Dollars for Scholars Program awarded eleven scholarships on Wednesday, May 15 in the Shoreline Room of the Shoreline Center. The DFS program is the scholarship arm of the Shoreline Chamber of Commerce and this was the 7th annual awards ceremony for the group. The Shoreline DFS has awarded over 150 local Shoreline students with scholarships over the past seven years.

The ceremony featured presentations to four major sponsors of the event, including Carter Subaru which donated $5000 to the event and was named the “Premier Sponsor” for 2010. Other sponsors were Jerilee Mann of CarePlus who donated $1000, Shoreline City Councilman Chris Eggen and his wife Donna, who donated $750 and Dan Mann of Tropical Tan, who donated $500.

The 2010 scholarship winners were:
  • Jessica Le Shorewood
  • Devon Geary Shorewood
  • Joe Gladow Shorewood
  • Deirdre Peara Kings
  • Kevin Dowd Shorewood
  • Jenna Keeton Shorecrest
  • Nicholas Escalona Shorewood
  • Samantha Gwazdauskas Shorecrest
  • Allison Fasnacht Shorecrest
  • Pamela London Shorewood
  • Kane Thomas Shorewood

Doug Palmer, President of the Shoreline Chamber of Commerce, was the MC for the event. President Lee Lambert of Shoreline Community College (pictured, right) was the keynote speaker. 


Cindy Ryu, President of the Shoreline Dollars for Scholars presented the sponsorship awards to the major donors and along with Sue Walker, Superintendent of the Shoreline School District and State Representative Marilyn Chase, presented the awards to the students. Dollars for Scholars Board Member, Wendy DiPeso, read the academic, school activity and volunteer accomplishments of the students to the crowd. Jeff King, Vice President of the Shoreline Chamber, also took part in the ceremony.

Photo: Award Winner Jessica Le with Marilyn Chase, Sue Walker and Cindy Ryu


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