The Guilford Foundation hosted its Annual Dinner & Awards Ceremony on Thursday, May 30th, under clear, warm skies at the Guilford Yacht Club. At the dinner, we awarded scholarships to nine Guilford High School graduating seniors to help offset the costs of their college education. The records of these remarkable students reflect their hard work and commitment to personal development and inspire hope in the future citizenry or our great town.
GHS Scholarship Recipients
The nine students (as well as their colleges) are listed below next to their award: … Read more
The Guilford Foundation was pleased to award scholarship awards to 9 remarkable seniors from Guilford High School at our Annual Dinner and Awards Presentation on May 31st. The honorees are pictured below.
Elizabeth Adams Fund Scholarship: Matthew Doyle (in absentia) & Amanda Simon.
Joan Shrewsbury presents the Adams Award to Amanda Simon.
Carl A. Balestracci, Jr. Humanitarian Fund Scholarship: Alejandro Betancourt & Emily Ott.
Carl Balestracci presents the award to Emily Ott and Alejandro Betancourt.
Al & Gene Bishop Fund for Vocational and Industrial Arts: Michael Shay.
Al & Gene Bishop present the Bishop award to Michael Shay.
Stuart D. Burt Scholarship: Amanda Shank.
Stephen Page presents the award to Amanda Shank.
Stephen Looney Scholarship: Marissa Mormile & Marco Parisi (in absentia). Pictured with Joan Shrewsbury and Marissa Mormile are Stephen Looney’s niece and nephew, who helped to present the award.
Joan Shrewsbury, Marissa Mormile, Andrew Elsaid, and Olivia Elsaid (l-r).
Elizabeth M. “Lizzie” Schwanfelder Fund: Juan Carlos Lluberes
Elisa Milano and Jennifer Alexander present the award to Juan Carlos Lluberes.
As summer winds down and recent high school graduates prepare to enter their freshman year, the Guilford Foundation is pleased to report that nine Guilford High School graduates were awarded scholarships to help offset the costs of their education. The records of these remarkable students reflect their hard work and commitment to personal development and inspire hope in the future citizenry of our great town.
The nine students (as well as their colleges) are as follows: … Read more