Prosser student vies for VFW scholarship

By the Herald staffDecember 19, 2013 

A Prosser High School student will compete next month against 23 other Washington students for the opportunity to win a $30,000 scholarship from Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Joslyn Felicijan, a sophomore, recently won first place for VFW Prosser Post #3207 and Prosser Ladies Auxiliary at districts for her for her entry in the organization's Voice of Democracy program, a release said.

The program asks high school students to express their thoughts on democratic ideas and principles by writing and recording a broadcast script on a given theme.

Joslyn has already received some scholarship money from her early wins as well as a trophy.

Her parents are Pete and Connie Felicijan.

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