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Federal Way Kiwanis club awards scholarships

Kiwanis Club officials present scholarships to this year’s recipients, Shawntel Bali and Khalil Brooks-Davis.  - Contributed
Kiwanis Club officials present scholarships to this year’s recipients, Shawntel Bali and Khalil Brooks-Davis.
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The Kiwanis Club of Federal Way announced that the recipients of its 2014 scholarships are Shawntel Bali, daughter of Nori and Norma Bali, and Khalil Brooks-Davis, son of Theresa Davis.

Bali is the recipient of the 2014 Key Club Scholarship, available to a graduating senior from one of the Key Club’s that the Kiwanis Club sponsors (Decatur, Federal Way and Todd Beamer high schools). She is graduating from Decatur and will be attending the University of Washington in the Foster School of Business. With an outstanding academic record and many hours of community service, she is one of a limited number of freshman selected to enroll directly in the Foster School.

Brooks-Davis is the recipient of the Joe and Donna Larson/Elwood and Gladys Berntson Vocational/Technical Scholarship. This scholarship was established by Judge David and Debby Larson in honor of their parents, and is awarded to a Federal Way graduating senior who will be pursuing a vocational or technical education. Brooks-Davis is graduating from both Todd Beamer and the Puget Sound Skills Center, and will be attending the Seattle Art Institute to study media arts and animation.

Kiwanis is an international service organization made up of thousands of local clubs. The focus of Kiwanis is service to children, and the Kiwanis Club of Federal Way meets at noon at Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club (6:30 pm on the first Monday of the month).

 

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