, Kingston, NH

School News

March 20, 2014

Scholarships Available

ATKINSON — Three $1,500 scholarships are available to New Hampshire college level students in their junior or senior year at college/university. These scholarships are not available for high school students. All applicants must have graduated from a New Hampshire high school.

Scholarships are offered by the New Hampshire Retired Educators Association (NHREA).

The deadline to apply is May 1.

Irene W. Hart Scholarship: Must have a major or minor in education and be studying at a NH college/university.

Mary W. Ruell Award: Must be majoring in journalism or education at either a NH or out-of-state college/university.

NHREA Memorial Scholarship: Must have a major or minor in education and be studying at an out-of-state university.

Information and application forms are available at the Kimball Library in Atkinson.

Applications may also be obtained by contacting one of the following people: Sandra Amlaw, NHREA President, 603-113-9427; Phyllis Simmons, Awards Chair, 603-382-8405; Nancy Doe, 978-373-0960; or Kay Galloway, Local REA Co-President, 603-362-6424.

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