Hayden High School Seniors honored for their hard work

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Ray and Anna Cruz accept a trophy from Supt. Jeff Gregorich on behalf of their daughter, Adrianna, who died in a car accident after her sophomore year and would have graduated this year.

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Hayden High School graduates were rewarded for all their hard work with thousands of dollars in scholarships and awards during the annual commencement program held last Friday evening.

Receiving recognition were:

Valedictorian Francisco Bojorquez Borjorquez, was award a CAC Academic Scholarship valued at $5,800; CAC Promise for the Future valued at $5,800; Asarco Scholarship of $1,000; Always Tomorrow Veronica Xochitl Estrada Scholarship of $250; Law-Related/SRO Scholarship of $250; Gilbert Chavez Memorial Scholarship of $450 and Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship of $150.

Salutatorian Aaron Lagunas earned a CAC Academic Scholarship valued at $5,800; Asarco Scholarship of $1,000; Kearny Elks Lodge Award; Always Tomorrow Veronica Xochitl Estrada Scholarship of $250; Asarco Employee Funded Scholarship of $2,000 renewable for up to four years; Saddlebrooke Community Outreach Scholarship of $6,000; Gila County Search & Rescue award of $500; CAC Promise for the Future, two years tuition; HWEA $500; Ultimate Welding & Fabrication/JDL Construction Scholarship of $500; Ceasar Chavez Scholarship of $500; United Steelworkers-Phillip Murray Memorial Scholarship of $1,500; Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship of $150; Phillip Badillo Memorial Scholarship and the AnnDee Memorial Scholarship.

Ylianna Manriquez, CAC Promise for the Future, two years tuition; Asarco Scholarship of $500; Saddlebrooke Community Outreach Scholarship worth $6,000; Payson Mounted Posse Scholarship of $500; Gila County-District III Supervisor Mercanti Scholarship of $1,500; Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship of $150; Grand Canyon University Dean Scholarship worth $6,750 per year; Northern Arizona Award and a Phillip Badillo Memorial Award.

Devin Estrada, Asarco Managers award of $625; Always Tomorrow Veronica Xochiti Estrada Scholarship of $250; Familia Scholarship of $500; Asarco Employee Funded Scholarship of $2,000 renewable for up to four years; Saddlebrooke Community Outreach Scholarship worth $6,000; Law Related Education/SRO award of $250; CAC Promise for the Future award worth full tuition for two years; Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship of $150; Copper Basin Jr. Chamber of Commerce Scholarship of $400; Cindy Magallanez Memorial Scholarship of $1,000; Grand Canyon University Antelope Scholarship of $4,750 per year; and a Phillip Badillo Memorial Scholarship.

Karina Serrano, Asarco award of $500; Always Tomorrow Veronica Xochiti Estrada Scholarship of $250; Copper Community Action Board Scholarship; Gilbert Chavez Memorial Scholarship of $450; CAC Promise for the Future worth full tuition for two years; Jack Eastlic Scholarship of $1,000; Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship of $150; Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce Scholarship of $400; and a Phillip Badillo Memorial Scholarship.

Kyana Garcia, Saddlebrooke Community Outreach Scholarship work $6,000; Law Related Education/SRO of $250; CAC Promise for the Future worth full tuition for two years; Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship of $150; Phillip Badillo Memorial Scholarship award; and the Anadee Memorial Scholarship.

Stephanie Encinas, CAC Promise for the Future worth full tuition for two years; Ultimate Welding & Fabrication/JDL Construction Scholarship of $500; Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship of $150; Adelante Juntos Summer Scholarship of $500; and a Phillip Badillo Memorial Scholarship.

Julia Westrope, Saddlebrooke Community Outreach Scholarship of $6,000; CAC Promise for the Future worth full tuition for two year; Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship of $150; Northern Arizona University award and the Aaron/David O. Lagunas Scholarship.

Manuel Armenda, Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship.

Steven Butler, Bony Cruz Family Scholarship of $250; Garcia Family Scholarship of $300; CAC Promise for the Future worth full tuition for two years; Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship of $150.

Adrien Corona, Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship.

Vanesa Corona, CAC Promise for the Future worth full tuition for two years; Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship.

Angel Denogean, Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship.

Enrique Gomez, CAC Promise for the Future worth full tuition for two years; Cruz Memorial Scholarship.

Jared Gomez, CAC Promise for the Future worth full tuition for two years; Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship.

Jared Gonzales, Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship.

Arianna Grijalva, Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship of $150.

Jacob Lopez, Gilbert Chavez Memorial Scholarship of $450; CAC Promise for the Future worth full tuition for two years. Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship.

Robert Sandoval, Asarco Managers award of $625; CAC Promise for the Future worth full tuition for two years; Adriana Cruz Memorial Scholarship.

Vicki Clark (47 Posts)

Vicki started her career in the journalism field while attending Ray High School in Kearny with an excellent teacher who took her by the hand and guided her. She worked on the school newspaper and as a senior was a co-editor. Her dream was to go on to college to study journalism and eventually to travel the world reporting the news. This dream was interrupted by life circumstances. She stayed in Kearny and went to work for the Copper Basin News in 1964 as a typesetter. Her editor was Ira Q. Toler and he also was a good teacher. After marrying and having children, her desires to again work in the newspaper field surfaced. She responded to an ad for a position in advertising for the Copper Basin News which included selling, lay-out and design. She was hired on the spot. The business has greatly changed with technology and the introduction of desktop publishing. She was fortunate enough to be a part of it. She has now worked for Copper Area News Publishers on and off for over 30 years, starting when John Seater was the publisher. She has held many positions over the years, but is most proud to be named a reporter. She loves to write and is so grateful for being given that chance.


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