The Kiwanis Club of Boardman has selected three graduating seniors for their annual scholarship awards of $1,000.

Lacey Rae Mashos of Riverside High School, Boardman, plans to attend Brigham Young University to study athletic training/physical therapy while obtaining a teaching certificate. She is a member of Key Club, National Honor Society, an Associated Student Body officer and active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Jennifer Rodriguez-Pena, also of RHS, plans to attend Oregon State University, concentrating on studies in physical therapy and allied health. She has been a member of Riverside’s Key Club, National Honor Society and ASB leadership.

Kayden Kendrick of Irrigon High School is interested in studying business and environmental science at the University of Oregon. He’s been involved in Boy Scouts of America, Umatilla Water Conservation District and O.M.S.I. He has had leadership roles in ASB, band, drama and community music.

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