$5,000 in scholarships for Nauset seniors

Chatham-Nauset Lions Club announces awards for six NRHS students
Left to right: Al Alfano (comittee member), Dee Smith (guidance), SaraRose Freedman, Daniel Harry, Club Mascot, Kallie Hannon, Andrew Pelton, Nathan Garran, Bernie Cropsey (committee chair), Pat Bowler (committee member). Chatham-Nauset Lions Club photo.

Six Nauset Regional High School graduating seniors were recently awarded scholarships by the Chatham-Nauset Lions Club.  Scholarship Committee Chair Bernie Cropsey announced Friday that six seniors received a combined $5,000 in scholarships.

The two girls and four boys will all be attending college off Cape and pursing a variety of courses of study:

  • SaraRose Freeman of Brewster will attend Valenica College for radio/television production
  • Daniel Harry of Chatham will attend the University of Delaware for chemical engineering
  • Samuel Waters of Orleans will attend Loyola Marymount University for business
  • Kallie Hannon of Brewster will attend the University of New Hampshire for athletic training
  • Andrew Pelton of Orleans will attend George Washington University for politics/communication
  • Nathan Garran of Eastham will attend the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth for accounting.

The Chatham-Nauset Lions Club has awarded $113,500 in scholarships to graduating seniors since 1995, according to a release.

The Lower Cape club meets every first and third Wednesday at the Four Points Sheraton in Eastham. For information about joining the Lions or the work they do, visit their website here.


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