The Rotary Club of Redmond presented scholarships to three seniors at a June 2 meeting at the Redmond Marriott.
Jeffrey Alan McNerney, Ila Srivastava and Savannah Ledgerwood each received $2,500 in funds to support college attendance and entry into their chosen career. Club President David Markley made the presentation.
Srivastava plans to attend the University of California, Berkeley and pursue opportunities for cancer research. Ledgerwood will attend the University of Washington and wants to become a dentist. McNerney will also attend UW.
“These are exceptional students who share Rotary’s focus on community service," Rotary Scholarship Committee Chair Sue Mills said. "We are very proud to recognize their achievements and honor them at this time.”
Rotary Club of Redmond provides students with annual scholarships to support either academic or technical training programs. The club also awards Student of the Month honors to Redmond High School students.
Redmond Rotary is a nonprofit service organization and a member of Rotary International. Rotary International is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service and help to build goodwill and peace in the world.
More information can be found at www.redmondrotary.org.
— Information submitted by Rotary Club of Redmond