Two Scholarship winners recognized
The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunset announces the recipients of the two “Go for the Green” $2500 Scholarships. These scholarships were offered to select high school students who reside in West Maui, Molokai or Hana.  The applicants must be attending an accredited college and be pursuing a field of study that will benefit the environment.  Meleiana Shulman and Lacie Leon were the recipients of the 2023 “Go for the Green” scholarships. 
Meleiana Shulman is a graduate of Lahainaluna High School.  She was named one of the valedictorians of her graduating class. She will be attending the University of Oregon and has declared a major in Business Administration and a minor in Sustainable Business. To quote Meleiana:  “I am so incredibly grateful for this scholarship, and I promise I will make the most out of it!” I plan to continue my education and earn a Master’s Degree and return to Maui to work with local businesses to help them with sustainable tourism efforts.”
Lacie Leon is a graduate of Maui Prep Academy.  She will be attending the University of Miami and has declared a co-major in Marketing and Sustainable Business.  To quote Lacie: “I am so grateful for the Go For The Green Scholarship because using it will help me accomplish my academic goals. The Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunset has genuinely inspired me to give back to my community and encourage others to do so as well. I plan to use my degree to educate others on the importance of sustainable tourism within Hawaii while teaching the significance of our environment and ecosystems.”
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The Go for the Green Scholarship recipients and their parents were recognized at a recent Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunset meeting. L-R:  Richard Leon, Valerie Leon, Lacie Leon, Meleiana Shulman, Cherise Shulman, Club President Kelsey Briggs.