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2021 BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF GREATER SCOTTSDALE YOUTH OF THE YEAR

Isabella T. from the Vestar Branch was named the 2021 Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale Youth of the Year at the Night of Lights held on February 20 at the Scottsdale Center for Performing Arts Virginia G. Piper Theater.

Isabella has been a Club member for nine years and is a senior at Pinnacle High School. Her positive message of perseverance and compassionate attitude won the day in her third year of participating in the BGCS Youth of the Year program.

Bella will receive a $5,000 scholarship awarded by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale Foundation for college which will help her achieve her goal of becoming a pediatric physician assistant. She plans to attend University of Arizona in the fall.

2020-2021 YOUTH OF THE YEAR FINALISTS

Sarah G.
Hartley & Ruth Barker Branch

Sarah has been a Club member for 13 years. She is a senior at Coronado High School and plans to attend Arizona State University and become a veterinarian.

Zaria G.
Lehi Branch

Zaria is a junior at Westwood High School and has been a Club member for 12 years. When she graduates, she wants to attend Northern Arizona University.

JP C.
Mary Ellen & Robert Branch

JP is a sophomore at Fountain Hills High School. When he graduates, he wants to attend Arizona State University and wants to work in sales like his father when he grows up. He has been a Club member for 9 years.

Kennise M.
Red Mountain Branch

Kennise has been a Club member for 4 years. She is a junior at Mountain View High School and wants to attend Oklahoma State University and become a chiropractor.

Dustin M.
Thunderbirds Branch

Dustin is a junior at Basis Scottsdale. He has been a club member for 11 years. When he graduates high school, he plans to attend Duke University to study sports entrepreneurship.

Hayden J.
Virginia G. Piper Branch

Hayden is a senior at Desert Mountain High school and has been a Club member for 7 years. After high school, Hayden plans to attend Arizona State University Barrett, The Honors College to study psychology.