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Brighton Elks Lodge #1586 honors 11 local high school seniors at scholarship ceremony

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BRIGHTON — The Brighton Elks Lodge 1586 held its annual scholarship awards presentation May 14 for local high school seniors in conjunction with the regular Lodge meeting.

This year the lodge awarded $14,600 in scholarships to 11 high school seniors, including nine winners from the Elks National Foundation Most Valuable Student Scholarship program and two winners of the Brighton Lodge #1586 scholarships.

 

As part of the program, the lodge received 34 applications from all six high schools in the lodge area.

The winners were:

• Arianna Deigadillo, of Brighton Heritage Academy, who won the $600 ENF Most Valuable Student award. She plans to attend Colorado State University.

• Bernadette Larson, of Brighton High School, received the Brighton Lodge #1586 Scholarship ($500 per semester for up to eight semesters);. She plans to attend the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs.

• Joshua Saffy, of Eagle Ridge Academy, won the $500 Colorado Elk’s Assocation Scholarship. He plans to attend Colorado Christian University.

• Austin Massey, of Weld Central High School, won the Brighton Lodge #1586 Scholarship. He plans to attend Northeastern Junior College.

• Erik Hernandez, of Fort Lupton High School, won a $1,000 ENF Most Valuable Student award. He plans to attend Colorado State University.

• Madison Marrs, of Brighton High School, won a $1,000 ENF Most Valuable Student award. She plans to attend the University of Northern Colorado.

• Eric Hampton, of Eagle Ridge Academy, won a $600 ENF Most Valuable Student award. He plans to attend Colorado School of Mines.

• Brandy Chaparro, of Eagle Ridge Academy, won a $500 Colorado Elk’s Association Scholarship. She plans to attend University of Northern Colorado.

• Allison Brady, of Eagle Ridge Academy, won an $800 ENF Most Valuable Student award. She plans to attend Jackson State University.

• Zachariah Marvin, of Weld Central High School, won an $800 ENF Most Valuable Student award. He plans to attend the University of Wyoming.

• Shelby Massey, of Weld Central High School, won a $600 ENF Most Valuable Student award. She plans to attend Northeastern Junior College.