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Super S Foods Awards $1,000 Scholarship to Local High School Graduate
Wednesday, June 18, 2008 • Posted June 18, 2008

Super S Foods, a Texas family owned and operated chain of supermarkets, has awarded $49,000 in academic scholarships this year to high school graduates throughout Central and South Texas. Each individual recipient received a $1,000 scholarship that can be utilized to continue their education in various colleges and universities this fall.

Congratulations to Bryce Estes, recipient of the Super S Foods $1,000 scholarship award. All recipients of the scholarships were chosen by their school principal and the selection was based on the students outstanding scholastic achievements.

“This is an exciting time of year,” David McBurnett, Owner/C.E.O. of Super S Foods said. “The annual scholarship awards is just one of the many ways we help support the communities that we serve, and I can think of no better way to reinvest our funds than by helping further the education of our youth.” In addition to the $1,000 scholarship awards, Super S Foods gave every graduating senior that is employed with the company a free copy of “Cool Stuff “they should teach in school. The book was written by young authors and entrepreneurs Kent and Kyle Healy for young people. The book covers real world situations from a young persons perspective including; attitude, people skills, leadership, goal setting, jobs and money. The book was given to over 80 graduating seniors employed by Super S Foods.

Listed below are this years scholarship winners:

-Bandera High School, Katie Miller

-Blanco LBJ High School, Macy McMain

-Brackettville, Brackett High School, Jolisa Wright

-Brady High School, Susan Henson and Cody Melcer

-Canyon Lake-Smithson Valley High, John Draker and Leon Taylor Lind

-Castroville-Medina Valley High, Kyle Emerson

-Comfort High School, Devin Saur

-Cotulla High School, John Jacob Gonzalez

-Devine High School, Kyle Gardner

-Dilley High School, Lionel Garcia

-Dripping Springs High School, James Meeks

-Eagle Pass High School, Gladys Delgado (Co), C.C. Winn H.S., Carolina McGill

-East Bernard High School, Ashley Breedlove

-Eden High School, Amanda Garza, Tiffany Medders, Seth Rucker, Kyle Scott (Co.)

-Eldorado High School, Marcela Huerta

-Fredericksburg High School, Rachel Martinez

-Freer High School, Cynthia Saurez

-George West High School, Claudia Chapa

-Goliad High School, Laura Sanchez

-Hico High School, Felisha Stringer

-Johnson City-LBJ High School, Shayna Butler

-Jourdanton High School, Christopher Schuchart

-Junction High School, Cassidy Thomas

-Kerrville-Tivy High School, Jared Hunt

-Lago Vista High School, Ryan Monahan

-Laredo-J.W. Nixon High School, Jose Angel Hernandez

-Laredo High School, Fidel Reyes, Jr.

-Llano High School, Chris Griffith

-Mason High School, Bryce Estes

-Menard High School, Kevin Deanda

-Needville High School, Kristine Peyre-Ferry

-Nixon-Nixon/Smiey High School, Teresita Coronado

-Orange Grove High School, Alyssa Marie Almeida

-Palacios High School, Elizabeth Padron

-Poteet High School, Jeanette Chavez

-Rocksprings High School, Gerardo Sifuentes

-San Diego High School, Chelsea Balli

-San Saba High School, Kyle Anderson

-Somerset High School, Rosalie Mendoza

-Stockdale High School, Chanee Rodgers

-Taft-Taft High School, Valerie Guerrero

-Three Rivers High School, Mandie Tadlock

-Tuscola-Jim Ned High School, James Russell George

-Uvalde High School, Amanda Santos

-Weimar High School, Michael Dean Mims

-Yorktown High School, Krystal Gonzales

-Zapata High School, Judith Garza

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