2013 Scholarship Winners

Again this year the Bobby Bragan Youth Foundation has chosen 37 eighth graders to receive the promise of a $2,500 college scholarship. These outstanding youngsters were chosen from a record number of 226 finalists, representing 117 schools from 22 independent schools across the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.

“This year the selection process was particularly challenging,” said BBYF Scholarship Chairman Tracy Taylor. “Given the number of applications received, as well as their quality, the committee had to work even harder to select the eventual 37 scholarship winners. I can say that every applicant should be proud to have been selected to represent their school and to have had the chance to compete in this year’s scholarship competition.”

Click "Read More" to view the list of the 2012/2013 Bobby Bragan Youth Foundation scholarship winners.

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September 2012 Newsletter

Check out the latest edition of "Storyteller", the official newsletter of the Bobby Bragan Youth Foundation.

The September 2012 edition features a front-page article on the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award Gala honoree Bob Schieffer.

It also features our annual "Where Are They Now" article, spotlighting four past BBYF Scholarship winners. This year 2007 winner Ja'Mesha Morgan and 1995 winner Clayton Spencer are featured along with brothers Gary (2000) and Ryan (2004) Guadagnolo.

The newsletter also takes a look at the special day in August 2005 when Bobby Bragan set the record as the oldest manager in baseball history.

2012 BBYF Lifetime Achievement Award Gala

Award-winning CBS newsman Bob Schieffer was honored Wednesday night with the 2012 Bobby Bragan Youth Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award.

The audience at the Ridglea Country Club enjoyed an insightful interview of Bob by his brother Tom Schieffer. The two discussed growing up in Fort Worth and how they both became big baseball fans by attending games at LaGrave Field in the late 1940s.  Later, Bob shed light on behind-the-scenes moments from the just-completed presidential campaign as well as those from years past.

The crowd also applauded the 2013 graduating seniors who will head off to college next fall with a scholarship from the the Bobby Bragan Youth Foundation. Each youngster won his or her scholarship in 2009 when they were eighth graders.

Also at the gala, attendees bid on exclusive items in the live and silent auctions, all to raise money for the Bobby Bragan Youth Foundation. Click "Read More" for more photos.

2012 BBYF Scholarship Celebration

This year's Bobby Bragan Youth Foundation scholarship winners and finalists were honored Sunday, April 15th on the campus of the University of Texas at Arlington. This year saw a record 225 finalists who participated for the chance to receive a $2,500 scholarship--a 19% increase in participation over last year. Ultimately, 37 winners were chosen from the finalist pool.

Ivan Tolbert, a graduate of Fort Worth's O.D. Wyatt High School and Louisiana State University provided entertainment prior to the Celebration. Ms. Maria Sanchez, Assistant Superintendent, Secondary School Leadership for the Fort Worth ISD was special guest speaker.

This year's scholarship winners and finalists received a preview of what their high school experience will be like as they listened to a roundtable discussion with four Kennedale High School students, all of whom were past winners of a BBYF scholarship. Click "read more" to view more photos.

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