Sugar Land Garden Club awards scholarships

Rene Bhattacharga

Rene Bhattacharga

The Sugar Land Garden Club is pleased to announce their scholarship winners for 2014.

Rene Bhattacharga is the recipient of the scholarship at Stephen F. Austin University.  Rene is majoring in Horticulture with an emphasis on landscape design.  Overcoming a rare ear disease resulting in complete deafness, she is an active student who volunteers with Dream Builders who work with Habitat for Humanity, and with the international student organization Cru.  Her goals are to further her studies, earn a graduate degree, and work for a landscape architecture firm.  She hopes to do some humanitarian work in the U.S. and abroad in building a better environment.

Bethany Kenney

Bethany Kenney

Bethany Kenney has been awarded the scholarship at A&M University.   Bethany is majoring in Horticulture with a study emphasis in floral design and event planning.  She is a member of the Student Events Planners Association which helps plan and set up for events around the cities of Bryan and College Station throughout the year.  This summer she will be going on a study abroad trip to Italy with the Horticulture department.  She is excited to learn about the international horticulture business and to be able to experience other cultures and join their community.

Sugar Land Garden Cub is a 150+ member organization that supports a variety of state-wide and community horticultural projects.   The projects as well as two scholarships to graduate horticultural students are supported by two fundraisers: a fall festival and plant sale and a spring garden tour.

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