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6/16/05

17 Lubbock Students Receive Fanta Scholarships

Seventeen area high school students received $100,000 scholarships from the Coca-Cola bottling company and the Hispanic Scholarship Fund.

The recipients applied for the "Fanta You" scholarship online and received their checks in an awards ceremony at the Cactus Theater Thursday.

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