Saldivar, Grubb among 25 MEC scholars
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Cotulla’s Isaiah Saldivar and Bigfoot’s Miranda Grubb were among the 25 graduating seniors recently awarded $25,000 in scholarships by the Medina Electric Cooperative.
Students pursuing secondary education were each awarded a $1,000 scholarship to be used during the 2023-2024 academic year. Twenty of those students are graduating high school seniors and five were part of the adult applications. Winners were randomly selected from all qualified entries.
Other winners included Ada Stopschinski, Brenham, Allyson Lutz, Sabinal, Amber DuBose, Devine, Anaissa Diaz, New Braunfels, Andrea Ruiz, Castroville, Carlos Contreras, Hondo, Chloe Tschirhart, San Antonio, Evelyn Martinez, Rio Grande City, Giovanni Castillo, Hondo, Haley Solis, Rio Grande City, Harper Parson, Devine, Isaac Rios, Natalia, Jacob Bailey, Hondo, Karely Garcia, Rio Grande City, Karibeth Bingham, Uvalde, Lacey Shook, Devine, Molly Clamon, Castroville, Ryan Ornelas, San Antonio, Tori Johnson, D’Hanis, Vianey Talamante, Rio Grande City, Victoria Martinez, Castroville, Ysela Gomez, Hondo and Zoe Faust of Uvalde.
“Education, Training and Information is one of the Seven Cooperative Principles,” MEC CEO Trey Grebe said. “Medina EC’s scholarship program helps students in our service area pursue the continuation of their education and training. We are proud to be able to help and wish them the best.”
Medina Electric Cooperative has awarded $677,500 to 493 members since the program began in 2000. Program information and all scholarship winners can be seen at MedinaEC.org/Scholarships.