Drawing scholarship winners are, at left: Dave Yamauchi, Tri Star Vending, Calhambra, Calif., president of the California Automatic Vendors Council (CAVC), Jennifer Snyder, CAVC lobbyist, Jerry Scott, Canteen of Coastal California, Oxnard, Calif., president of the CAVC scholarship foundation, and Sandy Larson, senior director and counsel for government affairs at the National Automatic Merchandising Association.
The Walsh Family CAVC Scholarship Foundation announced the winners of the year 2012 Scholarships at the California Automatic Vendors Council board of directors meeting in Las Vegas, Nev. on April 27, 2012. The winners were selected through a lottery system. The four successful applicants were:
Casey Atnip of Fullerton, Calif., a high school senior at Senora High School,
Sponsored by Atnip Co., Inc. in Fullerton, Calif.;
Jonathan Caraveo of Garden Grove, Calif., a college junior at Cal State Fullerton,
sponsored by First Class Vending, in Bell Gardens, Calilf.;
Britni English of Pollock Pines, a graduate student at Colorado State University,
Sponsored by Pepsico Foodservice, in Pollock Pines, Calif.
Emily Janio of Fountain Valley, a college senior at Brethren Christian,
sponsored by Continental Vending, in Anaheim, Calif.