Scholarships offered local students

Cobalt Mortgage Dollars for Scholars will award $7,000 in scholarships to local high school students.

  • Wednesday, February 20, 2013 1:51pm
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Cobalt Mortgage Dollars for Scholars will award $7,000 in scholarships to local high school students.

They include the Bob Papke RE/MAX Exemplary Scholarship Award of $1,000 to Eastlake High School; The Dan Faulkner Scholarship in Memory of Cory O’Brien of $1,000 to Eastlake High School; Kathy Gray Windermere Central Scholarship Award of $1,000 to Eastlake High School; the RE/MAX Integrity – Issaquah Scholarship Fund of $1000 to Issaquah High School; the Issaquah Washington Cobalt Mortgage Dollars for Scholars Award of $1000 to the YMCA/YWCA, Boys and Girls Club and the Chase Tibbles and Cobalt Mortgage Dollars for Scholars Award of $2000 to the Sammamish Boys and Girls Club.

Those interested can view scholarship criteria and submit an application at cobaltscholars.org. Deadline for submission is March 15.

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