Congratulations to our 2019 Tim Steele Memorial Scholarship to Victoria Williams of Friona, Tx.
Victoria’s passion for helping others was overwhelmingly clear when we reviewed her history. Just to name a few of her activities…
Snack Pak 4 Kids, Kids building camp, Friona annual cheeseburger festival, Friona Chamber Banquet, Toys for Tots, organizer of the Little Miss Friona cupcake party, gathered and delivered donations not only for the Hartley House (a shelter for domestic violence victims) but put together care bags for chemotherapy patients. She has also participated in Friona Maize Days events, trunk or treat, Christmas in the park, Easter in the park, Prairie Acres Nursing Home and local preschool Valentine’s Day parties. In addition to all of these she also helped to found a local animal rescue shelter called Parmer Paws, she is a talented pianist and she was crowned Miss Friona in 2018.
Victoria was homeschooled. She plans to start classes this summer at Clovis Community College to pursue her degree in nursing.
Victoria is the daughter of Billy and Stephanie Williams
We are now taking applications for our 2019 Tim Steele Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship was created to honor a high school senior that gives back to the community in memory of Tim Steele. If you have a high school senior that either gives back to the community or will be going to school and majoring in a career to give back, have them fill out the application and write an essay describing how they give back or will give back.
To apply, click the link below to download the application.
Return the application and 500 word essay to email@example.com.
Applications must be received no later than 11:59 PM on April 3oth, 2019.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
OSYA 2019 Tim Steele Memorial Scholarship Application
You can now support Operation Screen Your Athlete while you shop!! Click the link below and you will be directed to our AmazonSMILE link. Amazon will donate 0.5% of your total purchase amount to our organization!
Operation Screen Your Athlete is proud to announce we are now accepting new members. For $10 per year, anyone 18 years and over can become a member of OSYA. You do not have to have a medical background to join our organization.
We will be holding elections for our new board next month. Anyone that is a member of OSYA by December 1, 2016 will have the opportunity to run for an open position and have a vote on board members.
If you would like to become a member of OSYA, please visit our membership page for the required documents and further details.
We want to send a huge “Thank You!” to Studio at the Grove for the amazing pictures they took of some of our athletes that we have screened. The pictures are simply amazing!! Please visit their website and keep them in mind for your photo needs!
We would like to give a huge heart felt “Thank you!” to Lubbock Professional Police Association for their generous donation to our organization. It is with their assistance we were able to buy a 3rd EKG machine for our cardiac screenings. These machines from Cardiac Insight are specifically designed for young athletic hearts and will better assist us in detecting life threatening abnormalities! THANK YOU LPPA!!
We would like to give a huge heart felt “Thank you!” to TCR Energy, Knights of Columbus and Lubbock Heart Hospital for their generous donations to our organization. It is with their assistance we were able to buy these machines for our cardiac screenings. These machines from Cardiac Insight are specifically designed for young athletic hearts and will better assist us in detecting life threatening abnormalities!
What a difference a year makes!! Last night some of our board members drove out to Slaton to watch Xavier play football again. For those not familiar with his story, on October 23, 2015 Xavier collapsed in cardiac arrest during football game. He was resuscitated and has had a long journey to recovery. He is the driving reason we formed our organization. We are determined to prevent sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) in athletes such as Xavier. While Xavier’s return did not bring a win for his team (Slaton lost to Floydada) we are so thankful that Xavier was able to make a full recovery and get back to the sport he loves. Here are some photos from last night.
Entering the field
Xavier – #50
Xavier on the offensive line. He is the 3rd from the top (of fully visible players)
Xavier with Operation Screen Your Athlete representatives Ginger Yaeger, Dr. Athos Colón, JoAnn Craze, Susan Wilhoite, Aaron Cristan, Collin McCutcheon and Jennifer Cristan (and Clair and Carson Cristan)
Xavier and Dr. Athos Colón – Dr. Colón became Xavier’s cardiologist when he arrived post-cardiac arrest to Covenant Children’s emergency department on October 24, 2015. Dr. Colón is also one of Operation Screen Your Athlete’s valuable cardiologists.
Xavier and his biggest fan – His mom Jess