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Camarena Health awards $18,000 in scholarships

May 14, 2018

Wendy Alexander/The Madera Tribune

Camarena Health board president Seann Garcia, left, and CEO Paulo Soares, right, gather with scholarship recipients from second from left, Katelyn Arang, Lorenzo Bravo, Yulisa Hernandez, Jaclyn Ibarra, Mariah Martinez, Sonia Miranda, Rosalba Raymundo, Noe Vallavicencio and Dana Vind during the 24th annual Scholar Awards reception Monday evening.

Camarena Health has awarded nine scholarships of $2,000 each to students focusing on medical careers.


The winners are:


Katelynn Arang, Madera High School; Lorenza Bravo, Madera South High School; Yulisa Hernandez, Madera High School; Jaclyn Ibarra, Madera High School;


Mariah Martinez, Chowchilla High School; Sonia Miranda, Madera High School; Rosalba Raymundo; Madera South High School, Noe Villavicencia, Madera South High School; and Dana Vind, Yosemite High School.


Since 1995, Camarena Health has awarded 155 Scholarships to Madera County students, raising a total of $218,200. These funds are raised with the assistance of Camarena Health’s Board of Directors, past board members, employees, local politicians, and community members.

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