Scholarship Committee
By Cal Hosmer
The Chapter’s Scholarship Committee recently met to consider applications for the 2002 to 2003 academic year.  Committee members chose fifteen students to receive $1,500 each, and one student to receive $750.  Seven loans go to students who have received loans previously.  They are:

· Nicole Nesbitt, granddaughter of Mildred Guilday, entering her senior year at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA

· Kelli Hancock, daughter of Rick Hancock, entering her final semester at Bethel College in St. Paul, MN

· Jennifer Gallo, granddaughter of Daniel Sheridan, entering her junior year at Christopher Newport University in Newport News, VA

· Deborah Burdett, daughter of Peter Burdett, entering her sophomore year at UNH

· Catherine Crane, granddaughter of Mary Barker, entering her sophomore year at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, UT

· Nicole Hancock, daughter of Rick Hancock, entering her sophomore year at Champlain College in Burlington, VT

· Zarina Kyle, daughter of Thomas Kyle, entering her sophomore year at UNH

Five students who are in college and will receive TROA loans for the first time are:

· Demere Kasper, daughter of Robert Kasper, entering her senior year at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA

· Nina Perkins, granddaughter of Carleton Stevens, entering her senior year at UNH

· Justin Newton, grandson of Barbara Newton, entering his final year at the Art Institute of New England in West Brookline, MA




· Matthew Raymond, grandson of Norman Bonefant, entering his final year at Hesser Junior College in Manchester, NH

· Sarah Waterman, granddaughter of C. R. Waterman, entering her sophomore year at Johnson & Wales University in Providence, RI

Four high school students also will receive loans.  They are:

· Colleen Blaine, granddaughter of Ralph Blaine, entering Alliant International University

· Johanna Kasper, daughter of Robert Kasper, entering Tulane University in New Orleans, LA

· Brian McPherson, son of Craig McPherson, entering the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

· Scott Wood, grandson of Raymond Wood, entering Georgia Tech in Atlanta, GA
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These students are the future and they need our help.  Please support the Scholarship Loan program by making a donation today!  Our goal is to raise at least $5,000 again this year!  Thank you for your support.


m/s Mount Washington Cruise
By Michael McLean

Not even the rain (which we need for the grass) could stop the 207 members, children, grandchildren and guests of the 217 who had signed up for the trip from enjoying the m/s Mount Washington cruise on Lake Winnipesaukee. The rain even let up during the cruise so people had a chance to stroll the decks and admire the beautiful scenery. We were treated to a bountiful and delicious buffet and plenty of good fellowship. Everyone had an enjoyable afternoon. Ten first timers joined us on the cruise: George and Estelle Arvanetaki of Hillsboro, Mildred Burland of Concord, Thomas Bush of Center Harbor, Elizabeth Campbell of Melvin Village, M. J. Turcotte of Webster, Dennis and Ruth Viola of Northwood and Milton and Donna Walsh of Salem. 

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