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CSU-Pueblo grants full ride scholarships to two Boys and Girls Club members

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Two members of the Boys and Girls Club of Pueblo County will be receiving full ride scholarships to Colorado State University-Pueblo.

Brianna Martinez and Bradley Teter were named Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year for 2018 and 2016. The Youth of The Year competition encourages Club members to reach their potential by achieving success academically, leading healthy lifestyles and contributing to the community, according to a release.

Brianna Martinez is a senior at East High School and has been a Club member since she was 5 years old. She was one of the first members of the Club's Girls Rock Volleyball team, a middle school Dropout Prevention Sports Team for girls, according to a release. Martinez also maintained a 4.0 GPA throughout high school while participating in the school's cheer squad.

Bradley Teter has been a member since 2010, where he's been a great role model for younger kids, the Boys and Girls Club said. He has graduated from many Club programs and is a Junior Staff member, President of the Keystone Club, and leader of the Social Action Project. Brad is a student at Central High School where he has maintained a 4.1 GPA while playing basketball all four years.

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