Members of the Wauwatosa Woman's Club were pleased to have two of the four most recent scholarship winners visit. The Club gives deserving students $1,000 dollar scholarships each year for four years. This is one of the largest scholarships given to graduating Wauwatosa High School students that is not related to a college or university. College senior, David Boardman, and college freshman, Melissa Moy, came to a recent Wauwatosa Woman's Club meeting to share their experiences in college and thank the members for their generosity.
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