Destrehan High School Scholarship Recipients

From staff and wire reports

May 27, 2010 at 1:01 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Several organizations and groups presented DHS graduates various scholarships and awards at the DHS graduation exercises on May 20, 2010.

They included the following scholarships:

1. Norco Lion's Club Scholarship - $1,000- Gerlene Robinson

2. St. Charles Women's Club Scholarships - $1,000 - Courtney Rome, Macy Terrebonne, Melanie Vidrine

3. DREAM Scholarship - $1,000 - Arielle Brown

4. Sam & Ruth Vitrano Memorial Scholarshp - $1,000 - Sara Rodriguez

5. St. Charles Parish Business Association Scholarship - $1,500 - Anthony Lane

6. Thelma W. Jones Culinary Scholarships - $1,000 - Carmella Benfatti & Ciara Hooper

7. River Parishes Industrial Consortium P-Tech Scholarships - $3,000 - Blake Duvic, Reidell Jacobson, J'Lynn Perry

8. Rotary Club of St. Charles Parish Scholarships - 4 college scholarships-$4,000 - Arielle Brown, Destiny Garcia, Courtney Rome, Melanie Vidrine; 1 tech scholarship-$1,000 - Joseph Boudreaux

9. St. Matthew Baptist Church Scholarship - $1,000 - Christy Davis

10. Motiva Enterprises Scholarships - $3,000 - Garrick Ranck, Sara Rodriguez, Maci Walsh

11. DHS Athletic Alumni Scholarship - Kyron King

12. American Legion Scholarships - $500 - Arielle Brown, Jadon Scott

13. DHS Alumni Scholarships - $1,000 - Devin Haydel, Gregory Jackson

14. Harry Hurst Award - Sara Rodriguez

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