Sierra Madre Civic Club Offers Educational Awards to High School Seniors

President Jeanne Martin, Past President Marcia Bent, Chair Sharon Lefler, Committee and 2019 Educational Awards Recipients

The Sierra Madre Civic Club is offering Education Awards to high school seniors who plan to attend a college or trade school. Last year, the five awardees represented Flintridge Pasadena High School, Sacred Heart Academy and Westridge School. Since 1944 Civic Club has actively been serving and enriching the Sierra Madre community through volunteering and philanthropic projects. All funds raised are distributed annually to local community organizations and to the recipients of the Educational Awards.

To be eligible, candidates must either reside in Sierra Madre, or work in Sierra Madre, or attend school in Sierra Madre. Along with the completed form provided by Sierra Madre Civic Club, which includes questions about interests and a personal statement, candidates are to provide two letters of reference.

Applications are available in the Sierra Madre Library, at Sierra Madre City Hall, from college counselors at local high schools, or at Completed application packets must be received no later than March 31, 2020.

Please encourage any eligible high school seniors to apply!

To learn more about Sierra Madre Civic Club, see its website at






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