The Federal Way Rotary Club awarded $36,500 at its annual education scholarship luncheon May 10 at the Federal Way Community Center. Mirror photo

The Federal Way Rotary Club awarded $36,500 at its annual education scholarship luncheon May 10 at the Federal Way Community Center. Mirror photo

Federal Way Rotary announces 2018 scholarship recipients

The Federal Way Rotary Club awarded $36,500 at its annual education scholarship luncheon May 10 at the Federal Way Community Center.

Every year, the Federal Way Rotary Club awards scholarships to graduating high school seniors based on their financial need, scholastic achievements, leadership skills and service to the community.

This year’s recipients:

Ben Sorochuk, Decatur High School

Elizabeth Cacho, Federal Way High School

Olivia Chong, Federal Way High School (Superintendent’s Choice)

Carlos Carrillo, Federal Way High School

Journe Pegues, Federal Way High School (Roger Hunt Scholarship)

Lauren Fernandez, Federal Way High School

Clarence Arenas, Federal Way High School

Sebastian Lucatero, Federal Way High School

Aaron Nguyen, Federal Way High School

Callistus Tiweyang Jr., Federal Way High School (Mirror Scholarship)

Hannah Kim, Federal Way High School

Kauther Al-Sultan, Open Doors (Vander Ark Scholarship)

Bailee O’Connell, TAF Academy (Mirror Scholarship)

Dana Alhaj, Todd Beamer High School

Claudia Steed, Todd Beamer High School

Fatima Ise, Todd Beamer High School

Julena Jasso, Todd Beamer High School

Vivia Zhu, Thomas Jefferson High School (Vaux Scholarship)

Alyssa Tran, Thomas Jefferson High School

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