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McManus receives WSU scholarships
Sean McManus, a 1995 graduate of Decatur High School, recently received three graduate scholarships from Washington State University.
The awards include the $600 Victor B. Allison Memorial Scholarship, an $800 Harold E. Willmsen Scholarship and a $1,500 J. Frank Schmidt Family Scholarship.
McManus, a graduate student in horticulture, received his bachelors degree from WSU in horticulture.
He is the son of Sandra and Larry McManus of Federal Way.
Callahan honored at Chaminade
Robyn Callahan, daughter of Teenamarie and Nick Callahan of Federal Way, was named to the fall semester deans list at Chaminade University in Honolulu, Hawaii.
To qualify for the deans list, a student must earn a grade point average of 3.51 to 4.0.
Callahan is a freshman pre-med major and a 2001 graduate of Holy Names Academy in Seattle.
FW grad follows horticulture trail
Kimberly Rice, a 2001 graduate of Federal Way High School, received a Horticulture Club scholarship from Washington State University. Rice is a freshman majoring in botany and serves as the public relations director for the WSU Democrats.
She is the daughter of Nancy Rice of Federal Way and the late Roger Rice.
Magbalot earns WAVE award
Aurea Magbalot of Federal Way High School, who is studying sports medicine, was one of 47 King County recipients of the 2002 Washington Award for Vocation Excellence.
WAVE provides recipients a tuition grant for six quarters or four semesters of undergraduate study at community and technical colleges, state regional and research universities, accredited independent colleges, or licensed private vocational schools based in Washington state.