Whitefield Lions Club honors six area students (2024)

The Whitefield Lions Club has recognized six local graduating seniors. These students will receive a $1,000 scholarship towards furthering their education. Each year the Whitefield Lions Club Scholarship Committee chooses among deserving applicants based on hard work, perseverance, leadership, community service and career goals.

This year the club is proud to recognize six outstanding individuals. Caliegh Crocker, of Windsor, attending Husson University Nursing program, Carson Hallowell, of Jefferson, to attend EMCC Plumbing program, Nolan Burgess, of Whitefield, attending UMO for Education, Reese Sullivan, of Windsor, attending Husson University studying forensic science, Tara Hanley, of Vassalboro, attending UMO to become a dietitian, and Abigail Kopp, of Jefferson, attending Endicott College majoring in Exercise Science with the plan of attending graduate school for Physical Therapy.


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