Student Athletes Across Utah recognized and awarded by America First Credit Union, KJZZ and KMYU
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Student Athletes Across Utah recognized and awarded by America First Credit Union, KJZZ and KMYU Scholarship recipients gathered at annual Outstanding Scholar Athlete Banquet
Riverdale, Utah – (May 3, 2019) – As part of the America First Charitable Foundation, America First Credit Union recently recognized high school student athletes at the Outstanding Scholar Athlete Banquet. The event was held Friday, April 26 at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Throughout the 2018 -“ 2019 high school football season, America First, KJZZ and KMYU stations acknowledged local student athletes each week during the Thursday Night Lights and Friday Night Rivals games. Students were recognized for having a 3.5 GPA or higher, as well as for their outstanding citizenship and school involvement. This year, 22 high school seniors were awarded a $500 scholarship.
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Scholarship recipients pose for a photo at the Outstanding Scholar Athlete Banquet in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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