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Denio's Gives Back to Community with Scholarships
Denio's Gives Back to Community with Scholarships

Denio’s Roseville Farmers Market & Swap Meet showed their support of community youth by presenting Brenda Borja, Taylor Henry, Jolene Jones, and Andrea Mollera, each a scholarship of $500 for continued education. The students were presented with their scholarships by Ken Denio on May 24, 2014 at the swap meet.

The education award application process starts in spring and is given annually to deserving student employees of Denio’s who are succeeding in the classroom, are active in the community and are highly successful in their employment with Denio’s.

Brenda Borja graduates from Mira Loma High School on June 4th, 2014. She plans on attending American River College to study Early Childhood Education. Brenda has been with Denio’s since June of 2013. Taylor Henry currently attends American River College, studying Nursing. Taylor plans on pursuing her nursing career focusing on Labor & Delivery and Neonatal nursing. Taylor has been with Denio’s since July of 2013. Jolene Jones is currently enrolled at American River College, studying Recreation Management. She carries a full load and plans to transfer to Sac State to complete her studies. Jolene has been with Denio’s since September of 2013. Andrea Mollera is graduating from Del Campo High School on June 2nd, 2014. She plans to attend Sac State and study Criminal Justice. Andrea has been with Denio’s since February of 2012.

According to Eric Denio, Operations Manager at Denio’s, “All four of these employees have set an excellent example for fellow high school students and college students to follow, and they are all deserving recipients of this scholarship. Helping young people continue their education is one of the challenges our community faces, and it’s a need our family and company continues to address. We are extraordinarily grateful for the scholarship program that my grandparents, Jim and Marilee Denio, started over 35 years ago.”