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  • 'You have to prove yourself': Sam Kinsey III gets a scholarship from the Grant High Alumni Association

    The Grant Union Alumni Association has raised nearly $1 million to fund modest scholarships for graduates, money that can allow students to come home for the holidays or put sheets on their dorm beds, say fundraisers.

The Grant Union Alumni Association has raised nearly $1 million to fund modest scholarships for graduates, money that can allow students to come home for the holidays or put sheets on their dorm beds, say fundraisers. Jose Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee
The Grant Union Alumni Association has raised nearly $1 million to fund modest scholarships for graduates, money that can allow students to come home for the holidays or put sheets on their dorm beds, say fundraisers. Jose Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee

How Grant High alumni are giving new grads a leg up for college

September 09, 2017 5:00 AM

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