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BHG Mason-McDuffie Awards Grants to 52 Teachers

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Better Homes and Gardens Mason-McDuffie’s Education Foundation honored 52 outstanding teachers from the Northern California communities served by its offices. The company hosted three grant ceremonies. The San Francisco event was held on June 7th at Roosevelt Middle School in San Francisco and honored 15 teachers. Families, peers, community leaders and BHG agents honored the teachers at the Foundation’s 21st annual ceremony.

“The Education Foundation began in 1992 with a vision to honor teachers for their tireless work on behalf of our children, our schools and our communities,” said Kathy Ollerton, Executive Director of Charities. With this year’s grants, the Education Foundation has awarded more than $818,000 in grants to 1,365 exceptional elementary, middle and high school teachers since its inception.

This year’s award recipients are:

Nobie Camarena, SF Community School, San Francisco
Karen Zapata, San Francisco Community School, San Francisco
Eunice Chue, Lafayette Elementary School, San Francisco
Eric Cuneo, Ida B. Wells High, San Francisco
Michael Estes, Francisco Middle School, San Francisco
Brian Friedman, Stevenson Elementary, San Francisco
Suchien Kaiser, Philip & Sara Burton Academic High, San Francisco
Susie Kameny, Cesar Chavez Elementary, San Francisco
Christie Kitsuda, Miraloma Elementary, San Francisco
Helen Lee, Thurgood Marshall High, San Francisco
Mimi Leung, Chinese Education Center-SFUSD, San Francisco
Betsy Ryan-Dalpino, Abraham Lincoln High, San Francisco
Jennifer Vaile, Starr King Elementary, San Francisco
Averel Wilson, Roosevelt Middle School, San Francisco
Heather Woodward, Ruth Asawa SF School of the Arts, San Francisco

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