Scholarship Winners ($27,500)

 Joshua Andrew Mayles 

 Award: $10,000 Four-year scholarship
 School: Rampart High School
 City: Colorado Springs
 Attending: Colorado State University
 Probable Major: Engineering/Math
 Vocational Goal:  College Professor
Eye Condition:  Congenital Microophthalmous & Uveitis

Interesting Notes: Top 5% of class, Top 98% nationally ACT Score; Sang a beautiful a'capella rendition of "More I Can Not Wish For" from the musical "Guys & Dolls" at the 2004 Reception Celebration!

 Ashley Jensen

 Award: $5,000 Four-year scholarship
 School: Central High School
 City: Grand Junction
 Attending: Mesa State College
 Probable Major: Criminal Justice
 Vocational Goal: Criminal Justice System
 Eye Condition:  Retinitis Pigmentosa

Interesting Note: Traveled to the British Isles as the Colorado student ambassador of the People to People program.

 Ashley Fritz

 Award: $5,000 Four-year scholarship
 School: Colorado School for the Deaf & Blind
 Home: Thornton
 Attending: Johnson & Wales - Denver
 Probable Major: Business Management
 Vocational Goal:  Hotel General Manager
Eye Condition:  Retinal Detachments

Interesting Notes: Valedictorian of her class at CSDB 

 Kenny Hall 

 Award: $2,500 two-year scholarship
 School: Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind
 Home: Colorado Springs
 Attending: University of Northern Colorado
 Probable Major: Political Science / Legal Studies
 Vocational Goal:  Attorney
 Eye Condition:  Retinoschesis

Interesting Notes: Two year captain of CSDB wrestling team; Part of Colorado men's gold medal goalball team.

 Becky Shields

 Award: $2,500 two-year scholarship
 City: Colorado Springs
 Attending: University of Phoenix
 Probable Major: Masters in Community Counseling
 Vocational Goal:  Licensed Councelor

Interesting Notes: Past President of Colorado Springs American Council of the Blind; Received national creative writing award from ACB in 2004; Mother of two time recipient Alysa Webb.

 Lacey Urbain

 Award: $2,500 two-year scholarship
 School: Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind
 Home City: Estes Park 
 Attending: University of Colorado - Colorado Springs
 Probable Major: Education
 Vocational Goal:  Teach Deaf/Hard of hearing Elementary students
 Eye Condition:  Abnormal developed Corneas and Iris from Peter's Anomaly

Interesting Notes: Met and assisted in a tour of Rocky Mountain National Park with President Bush.

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