The Mission of the ZPR Memorial Foundation is to provide College Scholarships, help fund Alcohol Awareness and Education Programs and provide funding to Organizations that promote the improvement in a community.
This year we were pleased to present the following young women with scholarships this year.
Tracy is a Cooper High School senior. She is the daughter of Sean and Elizabeth Desrochers. She has been active in advanced classes at CHS, dance, orchestra, JROTC, and church. She plans to attend Hardin Simmons university and study education.
Avery Endsley will be graduating from Abilene High School. She is the daughter of Ferral and Dana Endsley. She has participated in the Big A/City Lights programs, medical missions, AP classes, visual arts, and athletics. She plans to attend Baylor University and major in pre-med.
Victoria Garza is a senior at Abilene High School. She is the granddaughter of Elvia De Hoyos. She has participated in the Visual Arts program, pep squad, tennis, and church activities. She plans to attend either Abilene Christian University or McMurry University. She is interested in studying criminology, Environmental Science, or English.
Molly Rodgers is an Abilene High school senior. She is the daughter of Chuck and Cindy Rodgers. She is a member of the National Honor Society, the yearbook committee, and participated in Young Life, volleyball, and track. She will choose between Abilene Christian University or Texas Tech University and study Nutrition.
Abigayle Young will be graduating from Wylie High School. She is the daughter of Terry and Darla Young. Her activities include: volleyball, FCA, National Honor Society, Peer Assistance and Leadership, student council and youth ministry. She will be attending Texas A&M, majoring in Kinesiology with a minor in education.
Your participation makes the above scholarships possible.
Thank you for your willingness to give so that lives can be changed