SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS
Applications for 2017 are available now!
Dillon and Logan Dixey’s spirit carries on as we, the Double Angel Foundation, honor their passion for baseball and lifelong potential by providing $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors from high schools in Parker.
In addition to the high school scholarships, seven youth scholarships were funded by the foundation in conjunction with the Town of Parker Parks and Recreation Department. These scholarships help with fees for summer youth baseball and softball programs.
This year for the first time, the high school scholarships were open to girls as well as boys. The Double Angel Foundation honored the four recipients of the 2015 scholarships at a reception on July 17 at The Pinery Country Club.
Congratulations to the 2016 High School Scholarship Recipients:
Pictured (Left to Right): Bambi Dixey, Brent Gibson, Paul Gibson, Hannah Moore, Sarah Moore and Ken Dixey.
The Double Angel Foundation awarded $1,000 scholarships to four high school baseball and softball players during a summer reception at the Pinery Country Club.
The 2016 scholarship recipients were Paul Gibson, a Lutheran High School student who will attend Boise State University; Chaparral’s Hannah Moore, who will go to Colorado Mesa University; and Legend
High School’s Christian Manmano, who will go to Central Arizona College, and Marshall Hough, who will attend Colorado Mesa University.
The scholarships are a way for the Double Angle Foundation to recognize seniors who played baseball or softball during their time in high school. Applications will be due by March 15, for the class of 2017.
ADDITIONAL SPONSORSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR THE DOUBLE ANGEL BRONZE AT THE NEW PARKER LIBRARY
A bronze replica of the big sculpture at the entrance to the ballpark has found a home at the New Parker Library to open later this year. Leave a legacy in local baseball by becoming a sponsor of this sculpture. For a $250 donation you will have your name engraved on a plaque with the bronze at the library as well as at the big sculpture at the ballpark. To become a sponsor, see our order form links below.