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Celebrating Tallulah King: A Scholar and Community Leader

In May 2023, the MVM Foundation proudly participated in the Leon High School Award ceremony, where we had the honor of nominating Helen Tallulah King for the Marialla V. Magloire Scholarship for the Arts and Sciences. Tallulah has not only exemplified the goals of our scholarship but has also left an invaluable impact on her community.

Throughout her high school career, Tallulah has been a shining example of the power of community service. With an impressive 650 hours of volunteer work under her belt, she has demonstrated a genuine commitment to making a difference in the lives of others. One of her most notable achievements has been the revival of The Longest Table, a platform that fosters meaningful social discourse among students across the county. In addition to this remarkable feat, Tallulah has made outstanding contributions to her community. She took the initiative to spearhead a six-month remodel to establish an after-school program for at-risk children residing in Florida's poorest ZIP code. This effort has provided a safe and supportive environment for children who need it the most.

Academically, Tallulah has continued to excel. Her exceptional achievements include placing in the Top 5 Nationally in National History Day. Her project was even selected for exhibition at the prestigious Museum of American History at the Smithsonian Institute. Tallulah King embodies the spirit of the Marialla V. Magloire Scholarship for the Arts and Sciences. Her compassion, dedication, and intellectual curiosity make her a true role model for her peers and future scholarship recipients. The MVM Foundation is proud to have supported Tallulah on her journey, and we have no doubt that she will continue to thrive as she pursues her dreams. Please join us in congratulating Tallulah King on her exceptional achievements and wishing her continued success in all her future endeavors.


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