Sunday, June 28, 2009

So much to be proud of for New Haven

NEW HAVEN — The Black and Hispanic Caucus of the Board of Aldermen will honor winners of the 2009 Alvis D. Brooker Scholarships at the 10th annual Alvis Brooker Scholarship Award Reception at 3 p.m. Sunday at Luce Hall at Yale University, 37 Hillhouse Ave.This year’s winners represent five city high schools and will be going to some of the most select colleges throughout the United States, the caucus said in a statement. Winners had to have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement, participated in community service and been accepted to a two- or four-year college or university, the statement said.Winners are: Brittni Anderson and Stephanie Encarnacion, of High School in the Community; Imani Johnson-Bell, Chelsea Bennett, Orisel Castaneda, Leon Chavez Davis, Leo James, Rosa Maria Lopez Rodriguez and Ana Marie Trimble, of Hillhouse High School; Monique Haynes of Hill Regional Career High School; Tanay Moore of Hyde Leadership, and Rosaly Rosario of Sound School.Tickets for the reception can be purchased at the door for $25. All proceeds go to providing future scholarships.

1 comment:

SweetBianca said...

Where is the picture for this?

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