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Nogales Alumnus Gets Nogales High School a $5,000 Donation

Homecoming is the most likely event that will draw alumni back to a school. At Nogales High School, this is a tradition like at many other schools. However, this year's Homecoming came with an extra special surprise from a well-known alumnus.

Brian Gutierrez, Class of 2008, had just finished his term as a governor-appointed state council member. He used this experience for the next stage of his career as he recently became the Director of Government Relations for DEL Records. DEL Records is the largest Latin Regional Music Record Label Company with Distributor Sony Records Latin.

As a part of his on-going work and mission to support Nogales High School, Mr. Brian Gutierrez brokered a partnership between Nogales High School and DEL Records. During the Homecoming game, Nogales High School was honored to receive a $5,000 donation to to be used for scholarships and other student supports over the coming years.

Accepting the check on behalf of Nogales High School was Interim Principal Mr. Kelly Godfrey. Joining Mr. Gutierrez in the presentation were Mayor Pro-Tem from the City of West Covina, Mr. Fred Sykes and Rowland Unified School District Board Member, Mrs. Judy Nieh.

The Nogales High School administration sends a heartfelt thanks to DEL Records, their CEO Angel Del Villar, and to Nogales Alumnus, Brian Gutierrez. Thank you for your support of Nogales High School.