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World Missions Malissa B Perkins Scholarship Program 2013 Final Copy Sent to Mary

World Missions Malissa B Perkins Scholarship Program 2013 Final Copy Sent to Mary

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World Missions Malissa B Perkins Scholarship Program 2013 Final Copy Sent to Mary
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World Missions Inner-City EXTENSION Center (the EXTENSION Center) 1720 First Street NW Washington, DC 20001 The LIONS CLUB of FORT STEVENS FOUNDATION The DC Children Youth Investment TRUST Corporation Partners & FRIENDS Proudly sponsors the Eighteenth Annual Malissa B. Perkins (Mom Zion) Scholarship Awards Achievement Recognition Ceremony
Saluting 15 High Senior High School Graduates
 
Soaring like Eagles as they:
 
Prepare to go to College in the Fall
 
When: Sat. June 22, 2013
 
Where: World Missions For Christ Church
 
1720 First Street NW Washington, DC 20001 9:00am MEET &Greet 9:30 Official Ceremony Begins
 
Dr. JoAnn Perkins, President/CEO
 
 
 
In Dedication to the Children and Youth in the Village
 Even youths shall faint and be weary, and the selected young men shall feebly stumble and fall exhausted. But those who wait for the Lord--expect, look for and hope in Him--shall change and renew their strength and power; They shall lift their wings and mount up (close to God) as eagles (mount up to the sun), they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint or become tired. Isaiah 40: 30, 31
 
 
June 22, 2013 
WORLD MISSIONS INNER CITY EXTENSION CENTER 
 
(The EXTENSION Center)
 
1720 First Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20001
 
202.387.3082 (V)
 
202.234.4818 (F)
 
Dear Friends and Partners: On behalf of our Board of Directors, we would first like to welcome you, family and friends to our eighteenth Annual Malissa B. Perkins Achievement Awards ceremony. We would also like to express a special thanks to LION Spain Musgrove, President of The LIONS Club of Fort Stevens Foundation, the people who served as judges sharing their time reading each of the essays written by the graduates, the DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation, and individual donors for their special support contributed to this occasion. We say thanks. Today as a part of our ceremony, we not only recognize children and youth in grades K-12
th
for their scholastic accomplishments, but it is with great pride that we award 15 deserving senior high school students, the Malissa B. Perkins Financial Scholarship Award, which is designed to help first generational inner-city senior high school students going to college purchase books and other essentials needed for their matriculation in college. The names of t
his year’s 2013
 scholars are:
 
Diamond Bailey, graduating from Perry Street Preparatory Public Charter School attending Pennsylvania State in the fall;
 
Marcus R. Andrews graduating from School Without Walls attending Temple University in the fall;
 
Arnasha Jones graduating from McKinley Technology High School attending North Carolina University in the fall;
 
Mercedes Young graduating from McKinley Technology High School attending Smeal College of Business in the fall;
 
Leydi Guevara graduating from Columbia Heights Educational Center attending American University in the fall;
 
Daryl Bright graduating from Ellington School of the Arts attending Carnegie Mellon in the fall;
 
Michael Burrell graduating from Ballou attending Marshall University in the fall;
 
 Nyeka Graves graduating from Spingarn High School attending the University of DC in the fall;
 
Briana Whitfield graduating from Roosevelt High School attending George Washington University in the fall;
 
Kingsley Akpan graduating from Roosevelt High School attending University of Houston in the fall;

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