Celebrating over 100 Years of Service

2020 Scholarship Recipients

Evelyn Bailey

Anya Cutter

Anya Cutter, who is in the Pathways Program at Tamiscal High School, will receive the $2,000 Kimberly Powell Memorial Scholarship for her volunteer work with the Marin County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue team. At the time of her scholarship application, Anya had participated in 43 searches and spent 1,374 hours training and working with the team, sometimes alongside firefighters, police, and National Guard personnel.

Evelyn Bailey, also graduating from Tamiscal, will receive a $2,000 Women’s Club Community Service scholarship for her volunteer work with the National Charity League, a mother-daughter nonprofit organization. Over a six-year period of active involvement, Evelyn has participated in activities supporting Blue Star Moms, Special Olympics, Milo Foundation, S.F. Symphony, Bay Area Discovery Museum, Bridge the Gap, and Community Action Marin.