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American Legion Post 48 Commander Ron DeMartino congratulates scholarship winner Nicholas Antony. Photo courtesy of Ron DeMartino

American Legion Post 48 Commander Ron DeMartino congratulates scholarship winner Nicholas Antony. (Photo courtesy of Ron DeMartino )

Antony Wins Legion Post 48 Scholarship

Published June 20, 2019

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American Legion Post 48 Commander Ron DeMartino recently presented Nicholas Antony, a graduating senior at Guilford High School, with a $1,000 scholarship. Antony was chosen from 11 applicants based on his essay answering the question “Why Honoring a Veteran is Important,” his academic achievements, and community and volunteer service. Antony will attend the University of Michigan in the fall.

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