Originally Published: August 12, 2018 5:27 p.m.
The Prescott Chapter of the University of Arizona Alumni Association has completed another year of fundraising, with all proceeds being used for scholarships for local area graduating seniors.
The students receiving scholarships to the University of Arizona for 2018 include:
Kara Hillig, Prescott High School, who plans to major in chemistry and then attend medical school.
Kirsten Hillig, Prescott High School, who plans to major in special education with an emphasis on deaf studies.
Kellan Martin, Prescott High School, who plans to pursue a medical school degree.
Ashley Low, BASIS, who plans to major in biomedical engineering.
Aaron Massis, Bradshaw Mountain High School, who plans to major in computer science.
Faithlyn Leach, Arizona Agribusiness & Equine Center, who plans on pursuing a doctorate in veterinary science.
Braden Lopez, Prescott High School, who plans to major in physiology with a minor in computer science.
Lewis Brownlie, homeschooled, who plans to major in engineering.
The Prescott Chapter of the University of Arizona Alumni Association partners with the Kiwanis Club of Prescott to help provide scholarships to deserving area high school graduates. The Kiwanis Club of Prescott raises funds in the community from its annual Kiwanis TV Auction, and all proceeds of that auction go to non-profit purposes in the community.