Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Not Enough Room

I can't believe it has been two weeks since our HSF Awards ceremony!
Thank you to those who attended to support our Latino students who have made the decision to pursue higher education! It is always nice to see community members making time to congratulate our recipients and their families!
I must say that my favorite part of the night was watching this photo being taken. Each year at the end of every ceremony we ask the recipients to get together for a group photo. Students began to move from their seats to the stage and I heard people laughing and saying, I don't think we can get them all in one picture! As the final student stood on stage, the flashes began to come from all directions. I couldn't help but take out my cell phone and take a picture as well. This moment is a true testament of how far the Hispanic Scholarship Fund has come in 26 years. HSF's first recipient class in 1985 was less than 20 students and this year we awarded 196 scholarships! The fund truly has come a long way and we are excited and thankful to have your support! We are looking forward to next year already!!!
If you would like to see more pictures of the event please click here and here.

1 comment:

  1. HDF (Medium-density fiberboard) is a wood fiber board to made with fine wood fibers. The board is homogeneous through and through, has a particular dense, surface which is harder than MDF board. Due to its flatness and excellent treatment possibilities HDF board can be cut, drilled, painted or processed in other ways. About HDF we found good information by blog posting so i like this blog today.
    Thanks & Regards
    HDF & Pine

    ReplyDelete