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Meet the 2013 GE-Reagan Foundation Scholars

Halimo Hassen

If you are looking for Halimo, chances are you’ll find her at the library or hospital volunteering. Beyond performing tasks to assist the staff, Halimo used her volunteer experiences to relate to those she served – from ailing patients and their fami…
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Diana Pohaikealoha Waikiki Naihe

As a member of the Hana Canoe Club, Diana has paddled in beautiful but dangerous waters since she was eight years old. With training and discipline, Diana was the team’s pacesetter, realizing that her crew members depend on her leadership. She is a w…
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Emma Phillips

A passion for animals and children drove Emma’s commitment to the Partners in Animal Welfare Services – or P.A.W.S. – program. She started as a participant and transitioned to a teen volunteer, pairing underserved children with shelter dogs, and in t…
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Brittany Frances Pike

After realizing the gravity of the bullying epidemic among our country’s youth, Brittany and her friends created an awareness campaign, including a video shown to thousands of students in her school district. Working with teachers and counselors, she…
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Alejandro Sanchez

As co-founder of the Alpha Active Leo Club, Alejandro aimed to engage his fellow students in service projects that improve the community through education, environmental awareness, and cultural appreciation. Through this leadership experience, he rea…
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Todd Timothy Savolt

As senior class president, Todd’s philosophy was to lead by example. He served an organization called Protecting You Protecting Me, which teaches elementary students about the dangers of drugs and alcohol, as well as an organization called Real Men R…
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Amy Shan

As coordinator of her school’s recycling program, she educated her peers and changed their behaviors to preserve our environment. Her efforts received state and national recognition, and she has expanded her efforts to the elementary school level. Am…
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Clayton Smith

With his sights set on a career in pharmacy, Clay has already committed hundreds of hours as a hospital pharmacy volunteer. Captain of the varsity soccer, basketball, and golf teams, Clay was also committee chair for the Fellowship of Christian Athle…
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Samantha Stoner

Losing the majority of her eyesight in the eighth grade did anything but slow Sami down. On the contrary, it drove her to work harder and focus her areas of service – making her a stronger student and a compassionate servant. Along with her sidekick,…
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