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Redmond High School graduate receives Nokomis Scholarship

Fernanda Saldivar will be honored for the scholarship at the Nokomis luncheon on June 22.

  • Tuesday, June 5, 2018 8:30am
  • Life

Fernanda Saldivar, a 2018 graduate of Redmond High School, is this year’s recipient of the $1,000 Nokomis Scholarship funded in memory of Audrey Gorlick.

Fernanda is the daughter of Raul and Maria Saldivar of Redmond and will be honored at the Nokomis luncheon on June 22.

She plans to attend Northwest University as an undergraduate and continue her education at Washington State University to study Veterinary Science.

This scholarship recognizes high academics, community involvement, extracurricular activities and future goals. Fernanda has volunteered as a Spanish interpreter for parents at Redmond High’s Curriculum Night and for patients at the medical office where she works part time. She also volunteers with a student who needs speech and occupational therapy.

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