Christian Education

East County Events, July 18


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Upcoming meetings

School boards: Cajon Valley Union School District (El Cajon), 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jamul-Dulzura Union School District, 6.30 p.m. Tuesday, Santee School District, 7 p.m. Tuesday

“Films in the Park” presents “Dragon”

“Raya and the Last Dragon” is the free feature film scheduled for 7 pm Friday at Pine Valley County Park, 28810 Old Highway 80, Pine Valley. In a realm known as Kumandra, a reimagined Earth inhabited by an ancient civilization, a warrior named Raya is determined to find the last dragon. It’s part of the Summer Movies in the Park, San Diego County’s largest free outdoor movie series, with over 100 screenings at dozens of host parks. Bring your own picnic! For the full schedule, visit https://www.summermoviesinthepark.com/.

DAR chapter honors local students

The Rincon del Diablo Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution recently awarded the ROTC DAR Bronze Medal to two San Diego County high school officer cadets. The medals, along with award certificates and scholarship checks, were presented to Cadet Lt. Cdr. Lillian Jared, an elder at Ramona High School, and Lt. Officer Gracie Crowley, a student at Orange Glen High School. The ROTC Bronze Medal is awarded to an ROTC student who has demonstrated academic excellence, reliability, good character, adherence to military discipline, leadership, and a fundamental and patriotic understanding of the importance of Reserve officer training corps. The two cadets plan to join the US Navy. Students who complete a minimum of two years of naval science may qualify for advanced status and a salary increase if they decide to enlist in a branch of the armed forces. Visit www.rincondeldiablodar.com.

Cox Charities awards local scholarships

The Cox Charities Advisory Board recently surprised 19 San Diego County high school students with scholarships in a virtual meeting that the students said would focus on their educational aspirations. The students were unaware that they had already been selected as Cox Fellows. Students were selected based on their academic achievement, community service, leadership, and commitment to their education. Cox Charities, the philanthropic arm of Cox Communications, awarded them a total of $ 75,000 in scholarships. In East County, the recipients are: Sophie Alcocer and Isabelle Alcocer, Eastlake High School; Alexandra Moye, Helix Charter High School; and Britney Rosas and Tiffany Trick, Patrick Henry High School. These Cox Scholars pursue careers related to STEM. To learn more about the Cox Scholars program, visit www.coxcharitiesca.org.

Local graduates

Avila University, Kansas City, Missouri: Erick Lopez de La Mesa, Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology; Hunter reed from Spring Valley, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Accounting.
Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY: Tia Janei Stoddard de La Mesa, Bachelor of Science, environmental engineering, civil engineering.
Cedarville University, Cedarville, Ohio: Samantha Scanlan from Alpine, Bachelor of Arts, Christian Education.

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