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RHS grad gets $1,000 scholarship

Recipients selected based on GPA, financial need, community service
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Alexandria Lee of Roseville High School was among 10 seniors recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship by SAFE Credit Union. The college-bound seniors were selected based on grade-point averages, financial need, community service, letters of recommendation and personal compositions on how their education will benefit their community. “We want to help students invest in their education so that they can use their knowledge and passion to make an impact on the communities in which they will live, work and volunteer,” said SAFE President and CEO Henry Wirz, in a news release. The annual SAFE Scholarship Program is open to students who live or attend school in Sacramento, Placer, Yolo, Yuba, Sutter, Amador, Butte, Contra Costa, Nevada, San Joaquin, Solano or El Dorado counties. ~ Staff report