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Fort Bend ISD graduates receive $1500 scholarships from decades-old service organization

Fort Bend ISD (June 17, 2024) – Five Fort Bend ISD 2024 graduates each received $1,500 scholarships recently during a special event held in their honor by the Men For Change, Inc. organization.

A Stafford High School student also received an award.

For the past 30 years, the organization has been committed to its mission of supporting the community through educational scholarships and resources, as well as providing assistance to families in need.

students

Pictured above left to right: Stafford High School student Calvin Samuel James Lawson, Willowridge High School student Kendron Penson, Elkins High School student Charlotte Tran, Hightower High School student LaJada Watts, Ridge Point High School student Dapriye Briggs, and Marshall High School student Lucky Obor Jr.

students and men

Pictured above seated left to right: Elkins High School student Charlotte Tran, Hightower High School student LaJada Watts, and Men For Change member Tony LaBarre.

Standing from left to right: Men For Change members Leon Jenkins, Billy Polk and Will Ross, Stafford High School student Calvin Samuel James Lawson, Ridge Point High School student Dapriye Briggs, Marshall High School student Lucky Obor Jr., Men For Change member Steve Sterling, Willowridge High School student Kendron Penson, and Men For Change members Lymon Humes, Kendrick Johnson, Wil Willis and Allen Saunders.