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LFCA Scholarship

Lakewood Forest Civic Association's
2021 Scholarship Winners

On behalf of all residents of Lakewood Forest, the Civic Association is proud to award scholarships to numerous graduating high school seniors who live in our subdivision. We can all take pride in the achievements of these students and know they are destined for great futures. The award winners are as follows:

Ayden Bridges, daughter of Andrew and Tracy Bridges, is the recipient of a $1,000 scholarship toward her education at the University of Houston. Ayden is a graduate of Cypress Creek High School, where she was captain of the girls’ soccer team. Her play has garnered her a spot on the UH Division I girls’ soccer team. She was a member of the National Honor Society and was treasurer for the Student Council. She plans to major in nursing with the intention of becoming a pediatric nurse one day.

Audrey Brown will receive a $700 scholarship from the Civic Association to put toward her education at Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi. Audrey is the daughter of Joy and Jessie Brown and a recent graduate of Tomball Memorial High School. Her focus in high school was on STEM classes and health science, in particular. Audrey will major in nursing at Texas A&M.

Blake Schmeling, son of Gary and Elaine Schmeling, will be heading to Texas Tech University this fall. Blake attended Cypress Creek High School where he was in band, the drumline, and Future Farmers of America. Blake has been a lifeguard at the Lakewood Residents’ Club and a certified veterinary assistant at Northwest Animal Hospital. His goal is to become a veterinarian. The Civic Association has awarded Blake $700 toward his university education.

Aeryn Yeiser is a recent graduate of Tomball Memorial High School and she will be heading to the University of Tennessee at Knoxville to study biomedical sciences. Her goal is to attend medical school and become a pediatrician. She has held numerous leadership positions in clubs and her volunteer efforts and has worked as a lifeguard, camp counselor, and swim instructor for children. Aeryn will receive $400 from the Civic Association to help advance her education. Chris and Valerie Yeiser are Aeryn’s proud parents.

Rebecca Avant, daughter of Mike and Virginia Avant, plans to attend Baylor University. Her major is still undecided but she is leaning toward business. She is a recent summa cum laude graduate of Cypress Creek High School, where she honed her leaderships skills in both sports and special interest clubs. Rebecca has done extensive volunteer work through her church as well as the National Charity League. She will receive a $400 scholarship from the Civic Association.

Mikayla Bukenya is heading to the University of Texas at Dallas to continue her study in the field of computer engineering. She is already proficient in software development using several programming languages. Mikayla graduated from the Harmony School of Advancement, where she participated in the computer programming club and several robotics competitions. She lives with her mother, grandmother, and two sisters. The Civic Association is pleased to contribute an award of $250 toward her university education.

Congratulations to our outstanding graduating seniors. Lakewood Forest is proud of you and we wish you all the best in your future endeavors!