WATCH: Propeller Club of Port Canaveral Announces Scholarship Recipients, Upcoming Events

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members of the Class of 2020 have earned scholarships to pursue further education

ABOVE VIDEO: The Propeller Club Board is moving forward with planning a luncheon on Wednesday, August 5 which will feature a Port Commission candidate forum.

BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – The Propeller Club Board is moving forward with planning a luncheon on Wednesday, August 5 which will feature a Port Commission candidate forum.

If we are able to hold the event based on the latest guidance from state and federal authorities, it will likely consist of limited capacity seating with reservations and prepayment required. Stay tuned for further information as we finalize the details.

DONATIONS TO COVID-19 RELIEF

Amid these challenging times during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Propeller Club of Port Canaveral contributed funds to local community partners to assist with relief efforts.

Donations of $1,000 each were made to the Canaveral Port Ministry, Community Foundation for Brevard and Brevard Schools Foundation.

“From the moment that COVID-19 began to threaten our way of life, we wanted to give back to our Community. Our Club wanted to provide a way to support those on the front lines that can best serve those in need,” said Lori Robinson, President of the Propeller Club.

The Club knows that COVID-19 is impacting everyone in different ways, the donation aims to help stretch the increased demand for services.

CONGRATULATIONS RHS HELM CLASS OF 2020

Congratulations to the Rockledge High School HELM Maritime Studies graduating Seniors Class of 2020.

This talented and dedicated group of students includes the first three students to complete four years in the program, and several students who were awarded Propeller Club Scholarships and are attending maritime academies.

All of these distinguished graduates have bright futures ahead! Take a look at this video compilation of the activities from this past school year.

Congratulations to the Rockledge High School HELM Maritime Studies graduating Seniors Class of 2020! This talented and dedicated group of students includes the first three students to complete four years in the program, and several students who were awarded Propeller Club Scholarships and are attending maritime academies. (Port Canaveral Propeller Club image)

PROPELLER CLUB OF PORT CANAVERAL ANNOUNCES SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

The Propeller Club of Port Canaveral announced the four High School recipients of the 2020 Propeller Club Scholarship Award.

The members of the Class of 2020 have earned scholarships to pursue further education in the Maritime industry and help cover tuition and educational expenses at their chosen collegiate institutions.

This prestigious group of young leaders shares a unified goal of making a positive impact in the greater community and world.

“As we continue the Scholarship program, we are increasingly assured that our future is in exceptional hands,” said Robinson.

“The high-level of accomplishment is evidenced in each and every one of our Scholars and is inspiring and truly humbling.”

The 2020 Propeller Club Scholars are:

Mikayla Atkins, graduated from Rockledge High School and will be attending Massachusetts Maritime Academy, majoring in Marine Transportation
Edward (Teddy) Brunder, graduated from Melbourne Central Catholic and will be attending US Merchant Marine Academy, majoring in Marine Engineering
■ Devon Krajewski, graduated from Rockledge High School and will be attending Massachusetts Maritime Academy, majoring in Marine Transportation.
Noah Ogburn, graduated from West Shore and will be attending the US Merchant Marine Academy, majoring in Engineering.

“Every year we are amazed with the incredible Maritime passion from our applicants,” Richard Grimison, Chairman of the Propeller Club Education Committee said.

“These young leaders exhibit a high level of integrity and maturity and demonstrate a positive engagement in community services. They exhibit strong leadership qualities, are active in extracurricular activities and show strength in academics.”

The Propeller Club joins these Scholars’ families, friends and teachers in congratulating each of them on their achievement of earning the Propeller Club Scholarship Awards.

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