The Sedona Car Club participates in the ADOT Litter Lifter Program and is responsible for cleaning
a one mile stretch of Highway 89A. Three times a year an intrepid group of volunteers get out there to do
their part. Their reward is the satisfaction of helping to keep roads in one of the most beautiful areas of the country
clean and to receive a free breakfast at one of Sedona's distinguished eateries.
In addition, the club has been fortunate in past years to financially contribute to a number of worthy
charities and organizations in the local area. Organizations that have benefitted from contributions in the past
include The Sedona Food Bank and The Sedona Community Foundation.
The Sedona Car Club is pleased to announce that beginning in 2012 the club will provide two scholarships
to Sedona Red Rock High School seniors and recent graduates who are embarking on an automotive services career path.
The 2012 scholarship recipients are Michael Wilkins and Daniel Ritter who both plan to study automotive
related subjects at Universal Technical Institute.
The 2013 scholarship recipient is Daniel Ritter who is continuing his automotive studies at Universal Technical Institute.
The 2014 scholarship recipient is Boris Madar, a 2012 graduate of Sedona High School. Boris is continuing his automotive studies
at Universal Technical Institute in Sacramento, CA.
The 2015 scholarship recipient is Morgan Gilbert, a 2015 graduate of Sedona High School. Morgan plans to attend the automotive program
at Yavapai College.
The Sedona High School did not have a 2016 graduate intending on an automotive services career. So, the Sedona Car Club, in its
continuing support of education in our community, has made a donation of one scholarship for the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program at the
Big Park Community School.
The 2018 scholarship recipient is Ethan Brogdan, a 2018 graduate of Cottonwood Mingus High School. Ethan plans to attend the diesel mechanics
and welding program at Yavapai College.
The 2019 scholarship recipient is Nicholas Lodico, enrolled this year in Auto 1 at Mingus and Auto 100 with Yavapai, plans to continue at
Yavapai College in Prescott.