We want to thank our members, sponsors and supporters for all of their support of our 10th Annual Golf Classic on August 19, 2016, with proceeds benefiting our Harry Mullin Memorial Scholarship Fund. This year we awarded scholarships to four students as they pursue their educational and professional goals – including a first generation college student.
Thank you, again, for your support as we assist families of ARCNC members with their educational achievement.
Meet Our 2016 Harry Mullin Memorial Scholarship Recipients!
With interests in law, debate, and mathematics, Tyler Cochran, son of Michael Cochran of ABC Supply Company in Sacramento, is pursuing his degree in Business Law. Having been involved in Student Government and community activities such as “Adopt a Family,” Tyler is enthusiastic about helping others and improving the lives of those around him.
Irene Andres, daughter of Jesus Andres of Madsen Roofing & Waterproofing in Sacramento, is a first generation college student currently enrolled at the University of California, Merced. Her major is Business Economics and Management with a minor in Political Science. Irene has participated in S.A.L.E. (Students Advocating Law & Education) and is interested in International Relations. She looks forward to attending graduate school after receiving her Bachelor’s Degree.
Daughter of John and Lori Fitzgerald of Routt Roofing in Herald, Jennifer Fitzgerald has commenced her studies at California State University, Sacramento, looking to earn her degree in Athletic Training. Jennifer sees her leadership skills, honed by her involvement in sports, as one of the standout traits that will assist her as she pursues a career in athletic training.
Majoring in Psychology at Sonoma State, Alexandrea Dionne, daughter of Mark Dionne of ABC Supply Company in Roseville, is passionate about using her studies to assist others.
Having participated in psychological research studies and camp counseling, Alexandrea’s hope is to become a Marriage and Family Therapist with a focus on assisting women. Alexandrea sees her fearlessness and compassion as characteristics that will help her empower young women.
Pictured left with her father Mark Dionne