The Kiwanis Club of Camarillo recently awarded Bianca Lopez, 18, center, a college scholarship during one of the service organization’s regul ar luncheons i n Camarillo. Lopez, a senior at Adolfo Camarillo High School, will attend Johnson & Wales University in Rhode Island and major in culinary arts. A longtime member of the Boys & Girls Club of Camarillo, Lopez has taken various leadership roles with the youth organization. She is joined by Kiwanis Club President Cecilia Rexford, left, and Joe Dilibert, the Kiwanis’ scholarship chair.
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