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From left, JoLynn Meza-Wynkoop, West Albany High School; Brittany Hemry, McNary High School; Susannah Harman, Philomath High School; Brianna Brouwer, Philomath High School; Nicole Borrego, Eddyville Charter School; Emma Westlind, Alsea High School; Mara McKinney, home school; Kristin Drahn, Crescent Valley High School; Esperanza Carmona, Perrydale High School; Jordan Feist, Corvallis High School; Isabel Goñi-McAteer, Corvallis High School; Ian Finn, Crescent Valley High School; Drummond Fudge, Crescent Valley High School; Clancy Hennessy, Corvallis High School; Brenden Fraser-Hevlin, Corvallis High School.

The $731 million OSU Federal Credit Union in Corvallis, Ore., has awarded 15 high school seniors $1,000 each in scholarship money from its Tomorrow Leaders Today program. The presentation was made at the credit union’s annual meeting on April 4 at Majestic Theater in Corvallis. The credit union said it has presented 131 of the $1,000 scholarships in the past 14 years. The students are all OSU Federal members from Benton, Lincoln, Linn, Marion and Polk counties and will be attending an in-state college or university this fall, including nine planning to attend Oregon State University in the fall.

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