Five scholarships offered to Wilmington students


The Chamber of Commerce is offering five $1,000 scholarships to Wilmington students in the class of 2012. The scholarship recipients must be Wilmington residents, but may attend public or private school. Three of the scholarships will be awarded to students pursuing a business degree or attending a post-secondary trade school. One of the scholarships will be awarded in partnership with Security Innovation, Inc., a local company that helps organizations integrate security into their software programs, to a student pursuing a degree in technology or security/law enforcement. The final scholarship will be awarded in memory of Kelli A. (Agati) Murray, a 1987 graduate of Shawsheen Regional Technical High School who died in 2010. Applications for the scholarships are available in the guidance offices at both Wilmington High School and Shawsheen, according to the chamber’s executive director, Nancy Vallee. Wilmington seniors who attend other schools may request a scholarship application by calling 978-657-7211 or e-mailing Applications must be postmarked by May 4, Vallee said. -Brenda J. Buote

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