MCF 2014 GRANTS:
$2400.00 Awarded to County Youth Services for Scholarships for Magnolia Students
Pictures from The Magnolia High School Health Science Class. 2014 Grant monies of $1100.00 awarded by MCF to Health Science Occupation at TMHS were used to purchase a heart model and torso model.
Miss Magnolia 2015, Courtney Cantu, with 2015 Lil' Miss Depot, Maeleigh Gideon, and Lil' Mister Depot, Bryton Dean Riley.
Saturday, December 13th, the Magnolia Community Foundation hosted the 2015 Miss Magnolia Scholarship Pageant. 24 Magnolia, high school-aged, young ladies competed for the title. Courtney Cantu, a senior at Magnolia High School ,was crowned our 2015 Miss Magnolia. Courtney was awarded a $1,000 scholarship, sponsored by Outback Western Wear, and her Miss Magnolia Brooch, sponsored by County Commissioner Charlie Riley. The Royal court in order is: 1st runner-up Kensley Phillips; 2nd runner-up Avery Jones; 3rd runner-up – Jenna Carter and 4th runner up – Victoria Slater; Miss Congeniality is Ryleigh Reynold, whose brooch sponsor was Quality of Life Chiropractic. And People’s Choice was Kara Eddlemon, whose brooch sponsor was Texas Renaissance Festival.
Magnolia Community Foundation is a non-profit organization serving as an ‘umbrella’ organization for the Magnolia area non-profit organizations. 2014 grants were awarded during the Pageant to: Magnolia Kids for Change, Montgomery County Youth Services, and Magnolia High School - Skills USA Health Science program. Part of the mission of MCF is creating large venues and other opportunities to serve the local non-profits. “Together we are stronger than separate!” On the night of the Pageant, refreshments were sold and served by the MHS-Debate Club for their upcoming awards’ trip and can food donations were collected for SOS.
See additional pictures from this exciting evening on our Pageant page on this website.Proceeds from this event will further meet the needs of our local non-profits through 2015 grants.