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Bill’s Seafood Scholar-Athlete Award recipients in (front row) Maleena Frazier (Ivoryton), Kathryn Hanley (Old Saybrook), and Hannah Scarpace (Clinton); (back row) Kevin Morrissey (Westbrook), Matthew Capece (Clinton), Margaret Smith (Old Saybrook), Zoe Ehlert (Westbrook), William Hunter LaPlace (Chester), and Joshua Chang (Old Saybrook). (Photo courtesy of Devlin Photography )
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Bills’ Seafood Restaurant of Westbrook recently announced the Bill’s Seafood Scholar-Athlete Scholarship Award winners for 2017. The recipients of the scholarships were Matthew Capece of Clinton, Old Saybrook’s Joshua Chang, Zoe Ehlert from Westbrook, Ivoryton resident Maleena Frazier, Kathyrn Hanley of Old Saybrook, Chester’s Hunter LaPlace, Westbrook’s Kevin Morrissey, Clinton resident Hannah Scarpace, and Margaret Smith from Old Saybrook.
The proceeds of Bill’s Seafood Golf Tournament and are annually awarded to student-athlete graduates of area high schools. The recipients are male and female students who have demonstrated positive character, leadership, and good citizenship qualities during their years in high school. They also participated in their school sports programs and plan to further their education at a four-year college, junior college, business, or vocational school. The recipients collectively received a total of $18,000 from the tournament proceeds.
Individuals and business sponsors, in part, support the tournament. Anyone wishing to be a sponsor for the 2018 tournament should contact Bill’s Seafood Restaurant.
Information courtesy of Dennis Hallahan
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