Bellomo-Rosacci co-chairs 2020 Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation

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Posted 10/21/19

The Arizona Scarlet and Gold Committee of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation has named Victoria Bellomo-Rosacci, a long-standing committee member and contributor, as co-chair for the 2019-2020 campaign and spring gala.

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Bellomo-Rosacci co-chairs 2020 Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation

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The Arizona Scarlet and Gold Committee of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation has named Victoria Bellomo-Rosacci, a long-standing committee member and contributor, as co-chair for the 2019-2020 campaign and spring gala.

She is among those taking the lead in this year’s effort to raise funds for the scholarship foundation’s mission to honor Marines by “educating their children,” according to a press release.

Ms. Bellomo-Rosacci is a managing partner at The Rosacci Law Firm, PC. She resides in Paradise Valley with husband, Antonio, a US Marine Corps veteran, and two young daughters, the release said.

The Scarlet and Gold Committee is celebrating its 10-year anniversary of the Arizona campaign for the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation with the aptly titled “Decade of Dedication, Celebratory Ball” to be held at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge on May 16, 2020.

The event will celebrate Arizona’s fundraising success, honor Arizona student scholarship recipients and will pay tribute those who have gone above and beyond in support of the betterment of our communities through the Semper Fidelis and Service Above Self Awards.

Past Arizona honorees include Bruce Halle, Eddie Basha, Lieutenant General John F. Goodman, USMC (Ret.), and Nancy Hanley, the release noted.

To learn more about the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation visit www.mcsf.org.

Or, contact Kim Owens at kowens@gcjpr.com for more information on how to get involved locally or attend the prestigious ball.

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