The Clinton High School Class of 1957 awarded three, $1,000 scholarships to three members of the CHS Class of 2020: Nathan Lipka, Justin Lowe and Lily Moran.
Clinton Savings Bank has two branch locations at two area high schools: Nashoba Regional High School, in Bolton, and Tahanto Regional High School in Boylston. These full-service branches provide a real-time work experience for students as well as financial literacy classes.
Each year, Clinton Savings Bank’s school banking advisors choose a graduating senior from each of these high schools who has participated and excelled in the banking program. This year, the students selected to receive these scholarships are: Alexandra “Maggie” Buyuk, graduating from Nashoba Regional High School and attending UMass Boston this fall; and Katrina Roy, graduating from Tahanto Regional High and attending Quinsigamond Community College this fall.
“Maggie is a goal-driven, hardworking and inspiring young lady who cares about her community and is focused on helping others,” said Amanda Jodrey, Clinton Savings Bank’s program supervisor for Nashoba. “She is going to be a bright light in the future.”
“Katrina impressed me from day one,” said Valerie Tomacelli, Clinton Savings Bank’s program supervisor for Tahanto. “She was very helpful with her fellow students and always came to the Bank with a great smile. Always be yourself Katrina.”
The family of Christopher Allen Resuch have chosen the recipients of the scholarship awarded to Clinton High School students each year in Christopher’s name.
This year’s recipients are: Patrick Conroy and Ashlee Nosek, $2,000 each.
(photos) In June 2020, Sterling EMS, Inc. awarded scholarships totaling $5,000 to Sterling students who are pursuing training in medically-related fields of study.
Emily McNamara: Richard Farrar Memorial Scholarship (Worcester State University, nursing); and
Rebecca Emsley: John Foote Memorial Scholarship, (UMass-Amherst, physical/occupational therapy).
Standard scholarships to:Morgan Lowe (Fitchburg State University, nursing );Taylor Moroney (Mass. College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, dental hygiene); Julia Piscione (Anna Maria College, nursing);and Olivia Tomaiolo (Westfield State University, psychology).