06.21.21 | Al Shoemaker
Members of Post L awarded three scholarships of $1,000 each to Parkland High School individuals who exemplify characteristics that make them rise above their peers. Maia Geiger, social worker for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing programs thanked TPA for honoring Athen Orlang, Jacob Parry and Andrew Lopez with scholarships to help them excel in their future. She stated that when she thinks of these three young men, whom she has known for a very long time, certain words come to mind: friendly, perseverance, positive attitude, funny, hard-working, charming, kind, caring, athletic and role models. Post. For more information about TPA, contact Post Secretary Patricia Palencar at [email protected].
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Pictured Left to Right: Dale Stephens, Athen Orlang, Jack Parry, and Maia Geiger