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School News

A Publication of Presidio Communications • August 2016


Thir teen Deserving San Diego County

Students Receive Scholarships The San Diego Air & Space Museum inspires young people to tackle the challenges of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics academic disciplines, and to make a difference in tomorrow’s world through an innovative, adventurous spirit. To further this goal, the Museum recently selected 13 graduating seniors from San Diego County high schools to receive a total of $ 51,000 in scholarships. These scholarships are awarded annually on behalf of four Museum administered scholarship endowment funds, the Bill Gibbs, Convair Alumni Association, R.A. Rearwin and Jennings Kelly Scarborough funds. The Museum also awards an annual scholarship for an outstanding student pursuing a degree in science, technology, engineering or mathematics. To date, 281 talented San Diego County high school seniors have been awarded a total of $810,000 through these scholarships. “Every year we consider David Pepper of St. Augustine High School, many outstanding applicants,” a scholarship recipient, said Katrina Pescador, will attend Dartmouth College. chairman of the Museum’s Scholarship Committee. “I continue to be impressed with these future leaders, and their many accomplishments.” Jim Kidrick, Museum CEO and President commented, “These scholarship programs exemplify our intent to aid deserving students wanting to advance their education–our entire mission is all about inspiring our next greatest generations to excel in their lives.” Each of the scholars submitted an extensive application, listing their academic achievements, their extracurricular and community service activities, several teacher recommendations, and an essay. They were then interviewed by a panel of judges to determine the final winners. The Scholarships included San Diego Air & Space Museum Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Scholar ($4,500), which was awarded to David Pepper of St. Augustine High School in North Park. The 27th scholarship award ceremony was held at the San Diego Air & Space Museum’s Rearwin Gallery.•

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Tall Ships Will

Cover North Embarcadero

The Port of San Diego 2016 Festival of Sail, hosted by the Maritime Museum of San Diego, will transform the North Embarcadero into a nautical theme park. More than twenty tall ships and other fascinating vessels from around the world will visit San Diego, September 3 to 5. The festival kicks off with a majestic parade of tall ships on San Diego Bay, Friday September 2 led by the new Spanish Galleon, San Salvador. The parade begins at 1:30 p.m. and can be seen from the Embarcadero, Harbor Island, Shelter Island and Coronado. Festival visitors will enjoy touring the ships, marvelous food and drink from dozens of restaurant booths, a petting zoo, pirates, cannon battles on the bay, sunset cruises and shop for one of-a-kind items among more than 150 festival vendors. More than a dozen majestic windjammers will sail into San Diego’s harbor in a magnificent nautical procession. The best spots to view from shore include the Maritime Museum, Cabrillo National Monument, local restaurants and businesses on Shelter Island, Harbor Island and the North Embarcadero. Please note that the list of ships scheduled to appear in the parade is subject to change. Ships should be docked by 6 pm at the museum and open for visitation starting on Saturday, September 3 at 9 a.m. A complete list of the participating ships can be found on the museum’s website at www.sdmaritime.org. Please note that the list of ships scheduled to appear in the festival is subject to change.•

The Maritime Museum of San Diego will be decked with color and activity during the 2016 Festival of Sail.


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