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History Center announces Future Legend scholarship recipients

The Escondido History Center and the FLAG Committee this week announced the nine outstanding Seniors from High Schools in Escondido who are the first FLAG recipients of a $1,000 Honorarium, a personalized journal, a framed certificate and a Student Membership in the Escondido History Center.  The awards are provided by the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians.  

Each Future Legend was selected from over thirty student Applications submitted from the participating High Schools. To earn the honor, High School Seniors submitted information detailing their accomplishments as it related to the criteria established for each of the nine 2019 Escondido Forever Legends.  The honorarium and awards will be presented to the FLAG winners at the Santa Fe Train Depot in Grape Day Park on October 9, 2019.

The first Future Legend Awards Group (FLAG) and the Forever Legends for 2019 are; 

Cristina Garcia, Escondido High School, in honor of Lorraine Boyce

Juan Flores, Escondido High School, in honor of Leo Calac

Sophia Bolivar, Escondido High School, in honor of Harriett Church

Cael Patterson, Orange Glen High School, in honor of Chick Embrey

Samantha Boyce, Escondido Charter High School, in honor of Shannon Mac Millan

Lizzy Habib, Escondido High School, in honor of Ben Hillebrecht

Daniela Sanchez, Orange Glen High School, in honor of Jack Raymond

Kayla Carter, Escondido High School, in honor of Marilyn Shriver

Jacob Sauls, Escondido High School, in honor of Bob Wilson

The Escondido History Center, with the first year of FLAG coming to a close, is looking forward to the 2020 selection of Escondido’s Future Legends, Forever Legends and Founding Legends.

The FLAG Logo symbolizes Future Legends in light green in the forefront. Supporting and encouraging them in the background are Forever Legends in Avocado green on their right and Founding Legends in golden brown on their left. This represents the sense of community and close ties we all have to Escondido’s past, present and future.

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