Daily Newspaper and Travel Guide
for Pecos Country of West Texas
Wednesday, July 10, 2002
Locals awarded scholarships
Permian Honor Scholarship Foundation, Inc. has announced its 2002 scholarship
recipients. The foundation awarded $362,000 to Permian Basin students who
wish to pursue their education at Howard College in Big Spring, Midland College,
New Mexico Jr. College in Hobbs, Odessa College and The University of the
Permian Basin in Odessa.
Awards of $7,600 each were awarded to Jennifer A. Gooding and Laura T.
Hinojos of Pecos. They will attend Odessa College the first two years and
then transfer to The University of Texas of the Permian Basin in Odessa for
the final two years.
Jennifer A. Gooding graduated in the top seven percent of her graduating
class at Pecos High School. She will major in life science with a minor in
business administration. Her parents are Robert and Sharon Gooding of Pecos.
Laura T. Hinojos is a 2002 Pecos High School graduate, graduating in the
top four percent of her class. Her major is accounting with a minor in marketing.
Her parents are Reynaldo and Refugia Hinojos of Pecos.
Sponsors of their scholarships are Cleveland Charitable Trust of Ft. Worth
and Dunagan Foundation of Monahans.
Permian Honor Scholarship Foundation, Inc., a private foundation,
was established in 1976 to provide scholarships to area high school
students in order for them to remain in the Permian Basin for their
York M. "Smokey" Briggs, Publisher
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