FORE gives money to grads on ‘leadership mission’

Woodcreek and Roseville grads earn $1,000 each
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Two teenagers on a “mission of leadership” earned scholarships from Friends of Roseville, a grassroots group that educates the public on local issues. Each year, the group offers scholarships to graduates enrolled in a four-year university or college who plan to major in journalism, political science or governmental studies. Christian Hatchett and Alex Kludjian each received a $1,000 award. Hatchett graduated from Woodcreek High School and will attend Westmont College in Santa Barbara to major in political science. He earned a 3.91 grade point average in high school and was a member of National Honors Society. He was also a middle school tutor. Kludjian graduated from Roseville High School and will head to University of Southern California to major in political science. He had a 4.36 grade point average in high school, where he also served as associated student body vice president. Outside of school, he volunteered at the Sutter Rehabilitation Institute and UC Davis Children’s Hospital. ~ Sena Christian