Renton students who received the $1,000 scholarships from Kiwanis Club pose for a picture. Courtesy photo

Renton students who received the $1,000 scholarships from Kiwanis Club pose for a picture. Courtesy photo

Kiwanis Club of Renton awards Renton students with $1,000 scholarships

Layla Mahmood, Ryan Mauery and Tyler Hughley, Jessica Nguyen and Emily Siangkam received the scholarships.

  • Wednesday, May 30, 2018 12:48pm
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The Kiwanis Club of Renton awarded five graduating high school seniors with scholarships this year.

Layla Mahmood, Ryan Mauery and Tyler Hughley from Lindbergh High School, Jessica Nguyen from Hazen High School and Emily Siangkam from Renton High School received $1,000 in scholarships each.

Each year the Kiwanis Club of Renton conducts an application and interview process to select Renton students for the scholarship. According to a press release, the students who were chosen “have proven to be community leaders and academically successful.”

“The selection process reveals exciting, driven and well-rounded students who are ready to continue their educational journey towards achieving their individual potential,” read the release.

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