The Community Scholarship Foundation of La Cañada Flintridge is now accepting 2018 scholarship applications. CSF is a community-supported foundation established in 1964 with the goal of enabling local students to attend college, university or a trade/technical school upon completion of his or her secondary school studies. Full-time students who attend a public or private school located within the city of La Cañada Flintridge, as well as Crescenta Valley High School, regardless of home residency, are eligible to apply for scholarships.
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The Community Scholarship Foundation of La Cañada Flintridge continued its tradition of selecting a Distinguished Person for 2017 and recently presented the award to Wendy Wyatt at a special luncheon held at the Caltech Athenaeum.
Every year, CSF selects a person who exemplifies a high spirit of community service and who has also given of themselves to the CSF mission of awarding scholarships to graduating seniors in the surrounding foothill communities.
To kick off the luncheon, CSF President Karen Mathison introduced Wyatt and welcomed all in attendance, including special guests Assistant Principal Jonathan Lyons of La Cañada High School; Pat Anderson, CEO of the La Cañada Chamber of Commerce; Jon Curtis, La Cañada City Councilman and his wife, Lisa; and Terry Walker, mayor pro-tem for the city of La Cañada Flintridge. Also in attendance was Dominick Correy representing state Sen. Anthony Portantino.
As guests enjoyed a buffet luncheon, Mathison spoke of the many contributions and accomplishments of Wyatt.
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A class of five joined an esteemed list of local scholars who’ve been celebrated and supported by the Community Scholarship Foundation of La Cañada Flintridge.
Since 1964, the volunteer organization has awarded more than $1 million in scholarship money to help high school seniors fulfill their dreams, whether those aspirations require training at a college, university or technical school.
This year, the five La Cañada Flintridge seniors who were selected — Steven Bertram, Samantha Gilmore, Paige Grande, Riana Lui and Malley Musso — each received $4,500 to pursue their education.
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