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Scholarships Awarded In Unusual Location Today

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Jun 132020
 

Orange Scholarship Fund Association presented their scholarships on Saturday, June 13 at a socially distanced ceremony on the Orange Town Green.
Scholarships were awarded to Mitchell Bronson, Gina Driscoll, and Mason Shepard. The Orange Lions also presented their scholarship at this time. Mitchell Bronson will attend UConn to study Computer Science, Gina Driscoll will attend Middlebury College and has not yet chosen a major.
There were each awarded $2000 scholarships. Mason Shepard will attend Lehigh University to study Molecular Biology. He received a $3,000 scholarship from the Ashlie Krakowski Memorial Fund of the Orange Scholarship Fund. Mason also received a $1000 scholarship from the Orange Lions.

Orange Rotary Presents Scholarship Awards

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Jun 202016
 

Christopher Hughes, Jenna Ortolova and Stephanie Satonick

Christopher Hughes, Jenna Ortolova and Stephanie Satonick

The Rotary Club of Orange awarded $2,000 scholarships to three recent Amity High School graduates during a luncheon at Race Brook Country Club on Friday, June 17.

The award winners are Christopher Hughes, Jenna Ortoleva and Stephanie Satonick, all Orange residents.

Hughes plans to attend SCSU and become a teacher. Ortoleva will be attending Connecticut College and majoring in one of the sciences. Satonick will attend Eastern Connecticut State University and plans to major in elementary education.

Rotary is an international service organization whose purpose is to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. The Rotary Club of Orange brings that sense of service and ideals to our town by funding these scholarships and other civic and charitable causes.

Congratulations to these fine students and best of luck in your future endeavors.