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Above: Earlier this week, the Democratic Women of South Orange County presented scholarships to high school students in Southern Orange County for their commitment to promoting democracy in their community. Dana Hills High School recipients were Claire Lisle and Julianne Wilde (pictured). Photo: Courtesy

The Democratic Women of South Orange County (DWSOC) is a charted club of the Democratic Party. This week, the DWSOC presented scholarships to high school students in Southern Orange County for their commitment to promoting democracy in their community. This is inaugural year of the scholarship. Students from Dana Hills High School, San Clemente High School and San Juan Hills High School competed for $500 scholarships, where they had to demonstrate democratic ideals through community service and write an essay.

Dana Hills High School recipients were Claire Lisle and Julianne Wilde.

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