Women’s Club Holds Annual Scholarship Brunch

Women’s Club Holds Annual Scholarship Brunch

Last week, the Riverside Women’s Club held their annual scholarship brunch. 

It was held in their auditorium in Downtown Riverside and decorated with items from the club’s  “quilting play”. A historical play by actors and club members telling stories through symbols on their family quilts. 

The Riverside Women’s Club is the oldest club of its type and dates back to 1869.

This year’s scholarship brunch theme was “Back to the Future and Back with a Legacy.”   Scholarship students were joined by guests who were all excited to see their family members and friends receive recognition.

A total of eleven scholarships were awarded to students representing most of the high schools in Riverside including: Ramona, King, Arlington, Poly and Riverside Virtual High School.

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