Pictured from Left to Right: Brian Dubois, Christine Conley, Peter Majane (Asst Governor), Marilyn LaRosa, RJ Agostinelli II, and Terry Rezendes Curran
The Parkway Rotary Club of West Roxbury/Roslindale held its Louis M. Kfoury, Jr./Daniel H. Van Ee Memorial Scholarship luncheon on Tuesday, August 2nd at West on Centre.  From the applications received, four scholarships were awarded.  Longtime Scholarship Chair Marilyn LaRosa noted, "this is what our Club is about, investing in the future of our children and neighborhood."  This years recipients are:
Ronald Agostinelli II from West Roxbury attended Boston Collegiate Charter School.  He was a member of the National Honor Society, World Language Honor Society and the Suffolk County DA Youth Council.  He was the recipient of the US History Award and the BCCS Citizen Award.  He will be attending Suffolk University and majoring in Journalism.
Dylan Chalmers is from Roslindale.  He attended Catholic Memorial High School.  He has volunteered with the Parkway YMCA, the VFW to help set up and run events, CM Students Against Destructive Decisions, peer ministry at St. Theresa Church, and Ethos food delivery to the elderly.  He will be attending Florida Institute of Technology studying aeronautics.
Christine Conley is from West Roxbury and attended Newton Country Day School where she was active on the soccer, ice hockey, and softball teams, along with yearbook staff and the mock trial team.  She worked at the YMCA as a summer camp counselor and as a referee for Parkway soccer.  She will be attending Boston College studying marketing/communications.
Brian Dubois is from Roslindale and attended Boston Latin School.  He was an officer of the Ultimate Frisbee Club, Improv Comedy Troupe and actor & set designer in the Theatre Club all at BLS.  He has gone through the scouting program where he attained the rank of Eagle Scout and is an adult leader in the program.  He has been a camp counselor at Hale Reservation and the YMCA Bear camps.  He is a member of the National Honor Society where he received yearly honors sophomore, junior and senior years.  He will be attending the University of Rhode Island studying in the engineering honors program.