Schol­ar­ships

Hawaii Tribune Herald - - COMMUNITY - KaMele Eileen Sanchez Roy­den Domingo Ta­galicud Mark An­drew Riki Tanouye,

Three East Hawaii stu­dents were se­lected to re­ceive $1,000 schol­ar­ships each from the Ki­noole Farm­ers Mar­ket.

The stu­dent were cho­sen for their out­stand­ing aca­demics and their ser­vice to agri­cul­ture.

• is a Honokaa High School grad­u­ate and in her ju­nior year at Colorado State Univer­sity ma­jor­ing in ecosys­tem sci­ence and sus­tain­abil­ity with a mi­nor in wa­ter­shed man­age­ment.

She in­terned at Costa Farms in North Carolina, the sec­ond-largest in­dus­trial nurs­ery in the coun­try where she had the op­por­tu­nity to work with dif­fer­ent grow­ers.

Sanchez is the daugh­ter of Jaymie Sanchez.

was vale­dic­to­rian of his class at Keaau High School, made the dean’s list his fresh­man year at the Univer­sity of Hawaii at Hilo, where is a sopho­more ma­jor­ing in com­puter sci­ence.

Ta­galicud works on his fam­ily’s farm and says com­mu­ni­ca­tion, fi­nance man­age­ment and tech­nol­ogy train­ing are part­ners for agri­cul­ture suc­cess and growth.

Ta­galicud is the son of Ro­drigo and Glo­ria Ta­galicud.

a Chris­tian Lib­erty Academy grad­u­ate, is a ju­nior at UH-Hilo ma­jor­ing in trop­i­cal hor­ti­cul­ture. He made the dean’s list his fresh­man and sopho­more years. He works in the fam­ily-op­er­ated an­thurium busi­ness Green Point Nurs­eries and as­pires to do agri­cul­tural work and re­search in the state.

Tanouye is the son of Eric and Lolita Tanouye.

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