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Harwood Senior Awards – Waterbury Roundabout

COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIPS

DACOMB P. ROWE SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship, presented by the Waterbury High School Alumni Association, is a living memorial to Dascomb Rowe, principal, teacher, coach and advisor at Waterbury High School for 40 years and who encouraged students to reach their full potential, both academically and in the community.

Recipients: Crow Fitzpatrick, Hazel Lillis, Tina Pan and Kate Wilkesman

MERRY ROWE HERMANS SCHOLARSHIP

From the Waterbury High School Alumni Association in memory of Merry Rowe, daughter of Dascomb Rowe. Her legacy, including membership on the 1954 state basketball championship team and graduation from Waterbury High School, can inspire today’s youth.

Recipients: Dylan Mauro and Julia Thurston

EUNICE B. FARR PRIZE

Born in Warren and widowed in 1940, Eunice Farr used her talents to raise her family and run a telephone company. She was one of the first women to run a utility company in the United States. It is with pride and best wishes for the future that Waitsfield and Champlain Valley Telecom present this award in memory of Eunice B. Farr.

Recipient: Melanie Snell

GOV. PHIL HOFF VERMONT HONORS SCHOLARSHIP

Established by the Vermont State Legislature and the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation, the award goes to one student in recognition of academic excellence.

Recipient: Tina Pan

HARRY N. CUTTING PRICE

Waterbury American Legion Post #59 recognizes a Harwood senior for his outstanding citizenship and academic achievements.

Recipient: Kelsey O’Brien and Kate Wilkesman

LISE BORNSTEIN-MALTER COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD

This is presented to a Harwood senior graduate who demonstrates great dedication to service in the greater Waterbury area.

Recipient: Tina Pan

WATERBURY ROTARY CLUB AWARDS

The Waterbury Rotary Club is presenting three Macbook Air Awards to graduating seniors in lieu of a financial scholarship. Recipients must be enrolled in a college, university or technical school for the 2024-2025 academic year.

Recipients: Carmen Lafayette, Jack Myers and Julia Thurston

MOUNT GARDNER’S SCHOLARSHIP

This award is presented on behalf of the Valley Garden Club in honor of Rena Chernick and goes to a senior pursuing environmental studies after high school.

Recipient: Hadley Andersen

REBECCA PEATMAN SCHOLARSHIP

Presented by Warren United Community Church, it is awarded to a student whose involvement in service has resulted in positive outcomes for their community.

Recipient: Mae Murphy

WAITSFIELD HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP

Waitsfield High School Alumni selects a deserving senior to receive their annual scholarship. Although this student received the award at a banquet in May, we would also like to recognize their achievement tonight.

Recipient: Mae Murphy

WINOOSKI MASONIC LODGE #49 SCHOLARSHIP

This recognizes students from Waterbury or Duxbury who demonstrate a desire to further their education in service to their community.

Recipients: Wesley Power and Kate Wilkesman

ALICE ANGNEY SCHOLARSHIP

The Vermont Superintendents Association recognizes Dr. Alice Angney Scholarship for Leadership and Service to a Vermont high school student based on the student’s leadership, community service, academic achievement and initiative in overcoming a specific challenge. The scholarship commemorates and honors the exemplary service and commitment of Dr. Angney for Vermont public education and the students it serves. This year’s winner was chosen from a pool of 80 applicants statewide.

Recipient: Mae Murphy

ALCHEMIST OPPORTUNITY FUND SCHOLARSHIPS

The Alchemist Opportunity Fund Scholarships and the READYAF Awards are intended for students who are unsure what their field of study will be – who may be late bloomers – or who are quiet leaders and lifelong learners, who are interested in furthering their education.

Recipients: Victor Fowler, Tina Pan, Yin Myat Tharaphi and Tony Viola

HARWOOD BOOSTER CLUB SCHOLARSHIPS

These are awarded to students who demonstrate a desire to further their education and support their community as they progress beyond high school.

Recipients: Tina Pan, Mae Murphy and Hazel Lillis

CRAZY RIVER VALLEY ROTAIR

For these awards, seniors from Moretown, Fayston, Waitsfield, Warren or Granville are chosen who have maintained a GPA of 3.0 or higher. One student will receive an award for each year he or she has attended the university, up to a maximum of four years. Two students will be chosen to receive a generous one-time award.

Recipients: Crow Fitzpatrick, four-year award; Lucy Sullivan, one-time award

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