NEXT MEETING: September 5, 2014
Kennedy-King Memorial College Scholarship Fund
The Kennedy-King Memorial College Scholarship Fund, Ltd. has been awarding scholarships to economically disadvantaged minority students since 1969. Kennedy-King offers undergraduate and graduate scholarships to students transferring from one of the three Contra Costa Community Colleges to a four-year college or university. During the 42 years since its founding, the Kennedy-King Memorial College Scholarship Fund has granted nearly $3,000,000 in scholarships to almost 600 students. It is an all-volunteer organization with no paid staff or office space, and over 90% of all contributions go directly to students. The presentation will focus on outcomes from the awarding of scholarships.
The Missing Record
Oh-oh… last week’s (self-scheduled) scribe had a “senior moment.” And we’re not giving too much away if we note that this person was not a senior. We’re talking black hole of memory, a rip in the fabric of recollection, the quintessential “I-was-supposed-to-do-what?” kind of moment.
Let’s not belabor it any longer: no Flywheel notes this week. No Announcements, Happy/Sad Dollars, Recognitions. No program notes.
If you were lucky enough to be at last week’s meeting, you know how informative, lively and entertaining it all was. (“Oh, and when she said…” “Yeah, did you see the look on his face…”)
If you weren’t there, uh… don’t worry about it. There’ll always be more meetings.
Hey, it happens.
The Persistence of Memory, by Salvador Dali