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On Sunday, June 7th the Unitarian Universalist Community of Cambria held a special service honoring ten CUHS students. The ten were awarded scholarships offered by the UU Social Justice Committee on behalf of the congregation. The service was led by Bobra Tahan and Brad Seek. The Social Justice Committee, headed by Bobra, raised $13,500 from members and friends of the UUCC, which was divided among this year’s awardees. Students were selected based upon their commitment to giving back to their communities and setting career goals in professions that benefit society. This year, for the first time, UUCC created a special Scholarship Award in honor of an individual. Renee Johnson received the William Lakin UU Values Award, which was sponsored by his partner, Patricia. "Bill" Lakin, a life-long advocate for justice and equality, was one of the original founders of the UUCC.
The students are all 2015 graduating seniors from CUHS. Nine of the ten recipients attended the service and spoke briefly about their college plans and career ambitions. The ten students receiving awards were: Courtney Castle, Maria Figueroa Guizar, Toby Lyons, Pedro Leonardo Moran, Carson Pierce, Sage Radecki, Tiffany Stevens, Alexander Stoothoff, Ariel West and Renee Johnson. Members of the congregation were encouraged to remain in contact with the students to offer support or mentoring.