Our club's annual Scholarships are one of our oldest community service projects, second only to the Track Meet. They began in 1962 as the Honn Memorial Scholarships, named in honor of two sons of then club president Charles Honn; the boys tragically drowned in an accident off the Oxnard coast. From one award annually in the early days, the program has grown over the years, and recently we were happy to honor eleven deserving students with $1,000 Camarillo Rotary scholarships. The winners, shown here right to left with club Scholarship Committee Chair Ira Schoenwald, are:
• Larissa Barralaga, recipient of the Scott Family Vocational Scholarship. She plans to major in Construction Management at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
• Nicole Ayala is currently pursuing a degree at CSUCI and hopes to build her own business.
Christian Fababier (Hueneme High School) plans to attend UC Irvine or Oxnard College and pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
• Antonieta Jaquez (Adolfo Camarillo High School) is planning to earn a degree in Public Administration at UCLA. 
• Albina Leal (Hueneme High) plans to attend UC Santa Barbara, and pursue a degree in the Sciences.
• Mauricio Martinez (Camarillo High) wants to attend UC Irvine and double major in Criminal Justice and Political Science.
• Lauren Mitra (Rancho Campana High School) plans to attend UC Irvine to pursue a degree in Psychology, followed by graduate study to earn an MS in Clinical Psychology.
• Anaya Rodriquez (Rancho Campana High) will be attending Santa Monica College to obtain her degree in Child and Adolescent Development. 
• Agle Rosales (Hueneme High) is considering UC Berkeley and UCLA, with a planned major in Biology.
• Catlin Troxel (Rancho Campana High) will attend the University of Connecticut and major in Geoscience with a minor in Astrophysics.
Also a winner but not present for the photo:  Sara Abdelmalek (Camarillo High), who will pursue a degree in Biological Sciences at UC Santa Barbara.

Congratulations to all of our scholarship winners. We are so proud of your hard work and dedication, and we wish you all the best in your future endeavors!