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Goss-Michael Scholarships help send four Dallas high school seniors into creative fields

Four $5000 scholarships for young artists and musicians went  to  Megan Wainwright and James “Austin” Allen of Dallas Booker T. Washington High School, Isaac Williams from Lancaster High School, and Erica Garza of Vista Ridge High School. The four were chosen by  Aphrodite Gonou, art advisor,  and David Austin, songwriter and long-time collaborator with George Michael in line with the foundations aims to foster continued interest in art and music among high school students, and will be applied to tuition at institutions of higher education this fall.
also by Bill Davenport
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