The Lodi Business and Professional Women’s club has recently awarded three $600 scholarships, one to Alexa Denise Cabral, a 2010 graduate of Galt High School and currently enrolled as a sophomore at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo; one to Ashley A. Cole, a 2002 graduate from Tokay High School now attending San Joaquin Delta College; and one to Kassandra Moore-McIntyre, a 2010 graduate from Stockton’s Benjamin Holt College Preparatory Academy and now continuing her education at Azusa Pacific University.
While in high school Cabral was very much involved in Future Farmers of America, holding many offices. She enjoyed showing her market steer each year at the Sacramento County Fair. While continuing her education at Cal Poly, she will be working at the Cal Poly Dairy feeding calves and training calves to become halter broken so they can be shown at fairs in the San Luis Obispo area. Her major is dairy science and her goal is to become a cattle nutritionist, breeder and breed manager. Her parents are Michele McKimmie and Charles Cabral.
Cole has resumed her education after being employed for several years, and is taking courses at Delta College with her career goal being occupational therapy. She intends to leave Delta with her Associate of Arts degree by the end of fall 2012. She then will continue her education at a California State University or University of California. One of her hobbies is studying Spanish. Her parents are Linda and John Cole.
Moore-McIntyre’s major field of study is counseling psychology with the goal of being a psychologist. She has participated with the breakthrough youth group at Bethel Church and was a college summit alumni leader. She also served as an Alpha leader — orientation of freshmen students. She participates in Bible studies and also enjoys attending concerts, theater and movies and socializing with her friends. Her parents are K.K. and James McIntyre.