Kissimmee, FL- Alumnos de cuarto año de escuelas secundarias que se graduaran este año recibieron becas patrocinadas por “The Langley Family Fundation”, en asociación con representantes de organizaciones locales.
En la fotografía aparecen los becados con cheques simbólicos gigantes de $1,000 cada uno durante la presentación de las becas en Kissimmee Bay Country Club, el pasado 4 de mayo.
Edward Smallwood, presidente de “The Langrey Family Foundation”, presidió en la presentación de veinte-cuatro becas de $1,000 a merecedores graduandos de cuarto año de escuelas secundarias locales. Los organizadores de la fundación, Sr. y Sra. Burton Langrey, estuvieron ausentes por motivos de salud. Hasta el momento, más de $125,000 han sido donados por la fundación a fondos igualados por organizaciones locales participantes en el programa.

Smallwood dijo que The Langrey Family Foundation quiere devolver la comunidad parte de las riquezas que ella le permitió acumular.
Los Caballeros de Colón, Concilio 6624 St. Cloud-Kissimmee, fue una de las organizaciones que seleccionó recipientes merecedores en asociación con la fundación. Los siguientes becados fueron escogidos: Giovani Xavier Burgos, y Anthony Gonzáles Capobianco, de Gateway High School; Sarah Jennifer Hardin, Harmony High School; Jacqueline Cruz, and Emma Wolff, Osceola High School; Hailey Paige Lestage, St. Cloud High School; e Isabella Vargas, Heritage Christian High School.
Los recipientes de becas fueron evaluados de acuerdo con sus logros en sus respectivas escuelas secundarias, servicios prestados a la comunidad, necesidades económicas familiares, y potencias de beneficiarse con sus estudios universitarios, o vocacionales.


Scholarships presentation

Kissimmee, FL—Senior students of high schools that graduated this year received scholarships, sponsored by The Langley Family Foundation, in partnership with local organizations representatives. In the picture are the fellows with symbolic giant checks of $1,000 each during the presentation of scholarships in Kissimmee Bay Country Club, on May 4th.
Edward Smallwood, President of The Langrey Family Foundation, presided over the presentation of twenty-four $1,000 scholarships to deserving graduates of fourth year of local high schools. The organizers of the Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Langrey, were absent for health reasons. So far, more than $125,000 have been donated by the Foundation matched funds ‘ by local organizations participating in the program.
Smallwood said The Langrey Family Foundation wants to revert the community part of the wealth that she allowed him to accumulate.

The Knights of Columbus, Council 6624 St Cloud-Kissimmee, was one of the organizations selected deserving recipients in partnership with the Foundation. The following scholarship recipients were chosen: Giovani Xavier Burgos, and Anthony Gonzales Capobianco, Gateway High School; Sarah Jennifer Hardin, Harmony High School; Jacqueline Cruz, and Emma Wolff, Osceola High School; Hailey Paige Lestage, St. Cloud High School; e Isabella Vargas, Heritage Christian High School. Recipients of scholarships were judged according to their achievements in their respective high schools, services to the community, family’s economic needs, and powers of benefiting from their university studies, or vocational.

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