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Ariel Rosado Memorial Education Foundation celebrates 2 ½ years of service to Belize


Press Release – The Ariel Rosado Memorial Education Foundation – July 8, 2014 –

223x239xlogo.png.pagespeed.ic.odppMFy0-nThe Board of Directors of The Ariel Rosado Memorial Education Foundation is proud to celebrate two and a half years of service to Belize and congratulates all those who made this milestone possible. The Foundation has reached its first plateau with the offering of a total of Thirty Scholarships for Academic Year 2014 – 2015 comprised as follows:
*Ten (10) Scholarships for Primary School Students to learn to sail with the Belize Sailing Association
*Seventeen (17) Secondary School Scholarships covering the full cost of Fees and Books
*Three Tuition Scholarships to Galen University
In addition to these scholarships The Foundation co-sponsored the 2012 Ariel Rosado Belmopan Cycling Classic and has provided financial assistance to the Third World Summer Camp and the Football Federation of Belize.
The Foundation is proud to note that after two years – in spite of overwhelming socio economic challenges – all scholarship recipients have been successful in their studies and in many cases are ranked in the top five students in their respective classes. The Foundation also takes great pride in congratulating the first set of scholarship recipients to successfully complete their course of studies and who graduated from their respective programs during the 2014 graduation season:
Kimberly Searle: Bachelors Degree in Accounting from Galen University
Kennisha Nicholas – Wesley College
Symeon Kelly – St. John’s College
Kenesha Gabourel – Gwen Lizarraga High School.
Individual and Corporate Citizens have rallied to support the Foundation and we now have sponsorship for fifteen (15) Dedicated Scholarships. Scholarships will be officially presented to the recipients at an Awards Ceremony to salute and recognize our sponsors and supporters. The ceremony will be held at the Lion’s Den on Princess Margaret Drive on Wednesday 16th July 2014 starting at 10:00 am.. All are invited to attend.
Dedicated Scholarships 2014 – 2015
Dedicated Scholarship Recipient School
Ray Auxillou Memorial Vidal Adolphus St. Ignatius High School-S I
Belize Bank International Scholarship Justin Williams Corozal Community College
Clive Alexander Tucker Memorial Juanita Logan Nazarene High School
Cynthia and Gary Magnus Scholarship Darion Peralta Belmopan Comprehensive
FULTEC Systems Ltd. Scholarship Ashanti Wade E.P. Yorke High School
INFOTEL Scholarship Heidy Canales Pallotti High School
Joan and Said Musa Scholarship Kenton Arzu Wesley College
Joyce & Arthur Barrow Memorial Fran Malic Wesley College
Louis and Doreen Humphreys Scholarship Sabrina Jackson St. Catherine’s Academy
Ralph Fonseca Jr. Memorial Tayesha Neal Wesley College
Rosaura and Erdulfo Nunez Scholarship Diana Chavarria E.P. Yorke High School
Sharon and Chester Walker Scholarship Latrell Gabourel Nazarene High School
SMART Scholarship Keldra Woodeye Nazarene High School
UNICOMER/COURTS Scholarship Riana Stein Wesley College
Wet Lizard Scholarship Sabrina Ulloa Nazarene High School
2013 – 2014 SPONSORS
Platinum Sponsor: Galen University
Gold Sponsors: Belize Bank International, SMART
Silver Sponsors: Francis Codd Jr., Belize Telemedia Limited, Belize City Council, Alya & Ted Castillo ,
Bronze Sponsors: Courtenay Coye LLP, Eamon & Denise Courtenay,, Bowen & Bowen, Hour Bar & Grill, San Ignacio Hotel Resort, Blue Steel Sounds
BOARD OF DIRECTORS President –Alvaro Rosado PhD.
Secretary – Mr. Sal Awe
Treasurer – Mr. Winston Swift
Trustees – Mrs. Wendy Assad, Mr. Dean Molina LLM., Mr. Raymond Robinson and Dr. Dorla Rosado

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