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AUCTION AND
SCHOLARSHIP NIGHT

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NUCA of Central Florida’s Annual Auction & Scholarship Night was held on

Friday, June 3, 2022 at the Space Coast Convention Center

We were pleased to honor the recipient of our 2022

J. Mitchell Ellington Scholarship,

Remington Dix, additional recipients Bryson Gammage and Vincenzo Mersino. Our guests enjoyed a delicious barbecue dinner while keeping up on their bids in the silent auction, followed by our live auction. The evening concluded with an exciting Reverse Draw. The evening was a great success and fun for all who attended – be sure not to miss it next year!

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EVENT SPONSORS

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REVERSE DRAW SPONSORS

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THANK  YOU to our Auction Committee: Debra Mallard, Tom Atkins, Rick Bolinger, Joe Weber

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Ramington
Dix

Proud Recipient of

the J. Mitchell Ellington

Scholarship 2022

Remington Dix is the son of Mellisa and Russ Dix. A recent graduate of Space Coast Jr/Sr high School, Remington will be attending Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois where he plans to study engineering. He specifically has an interest in the fields of Architecture, Space and Railway. The coming years will be busy for Remington as he will play college football as well as focusing on his studies. One look at the glowing references from his employer and counselor tells you, he is up for the challenge.  In addition to football, Remington enjoys hunting, boating and fishing. 

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Bryson Gammage &
Vincenzo
Mersino

Proud Recipients of

the 2022 NUCA

Scholarships

Bryson Gammage is the son of Brenda and Vinson Gammage. Bryson graduated from Lyman High School in 2021 and has been attending Seminole State College full time, while also working full time.  Bryson plans to transfer to UCF where he will major in Environmental Engineering and minor in Conservation Biology.  His major and minor will enable him to work in the sustainable development sector where he can make a difference in the impact of construction on the environment.

Vincenzo Mersino is the son of Marisa and Marco Mersino (Mersino Dewatering).  Vincenzo graduated from Luke M Powers Catholic High School in 2020 and has been attending Ava Maria University in Southwest Florida.  This year Vincenzo is changing his major from Business to Theology in order to advance his knowledge into the Catholic Church and its teachings.  After graduation, he plans to go to welding school to become a certified welder.  Vincenzo enjoys most sports, especially hockey – he is from Minnesota after all – playing cards with family and friends.

We Wish Remington, Bryson & Vincenzo

much success and a bright future!