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Cambridge awards 50 students $2,500 scholarships

Posted by Brock Parker  May 15, 2012 02:13 PM

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Cambridge officials presented 50 students with $2,500 scholarships Monday. Photo courtesy of the City of Cambridge.

Cambridge officials presented 50 students with $2,500 scholarships in a special ceremony at City Hall Monday.

Mayor Henrietta Davis and other city and school officials attended the annual City Scholarship event and commended the 2012 recipients for their hard work, according to press release announcing the awards.

City Manager Robert W. Healy also presented a separate scholarship of $3,500 to Christopher Salcedo Roderick, who was selected as this year’s recipient of the annual Robert W. Healy Scholarship Fund for a graduating high school senior who has exhibited exemplary interest and behavior in school and community. The scholarship, named after the city manager, is a privately endowed scholarship that is not an agency or fund of the city.

The City Scholarship program is coordinated by Assistant City Manager for Fiscal Affairs Louis DePasquale's office.

The recipients of the City Scholarships were: Mustafa Abbas, Ian Adler, Zeyla Anderson, Alisa Apreleva, Alec Arceneaux, Kira Arnott, Ayana Aubourg, Nina Becker Jobim, Kate Berlent, Nadaizja Bolling, Rosa Booth, Otis Booz, Mikaela Boyne, Muriel Brunet, Lauren Brunet, Aidan Campbell, Amy Campbell, Elisa Canas Sanchez, Naika Clergeau, Victoria Corcione, Edirson Correia, Sophia Croll, Keely Curliss, Josef De Haan, Filmon Elias, Salwa Elkatta, Freeland Ellis, Atetegeb Fekade, Serina Gousby, Jacqueline Guevara, Amanda Heffernan, Thalia Henao Villa, Scott Ho, Regina Holloway, Adrianna Hughes, Shawaz Imam, Don Kim, Jonathan Kramer-Roach, Zhe Li, Michael Noelsaint, Maria Pachon, Matthew Rajcok, Emily Rockwood, Christopher Salcedo Roderick, Priyanka Sen, Brian Trippe, Farrah Wong, Bersabell Yeshitla, Alexandros Zervos and Mohammed Zishanuzzaman.

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