July, 2018 – Congratulations to Foxboro High School graduate Meaghan Savage, the recipient of the 2018-19 Jaycees Scholarship!! Meaghan will be taking her skills to St. Anselm College in New Hampshire where she will be studying nursing.
An excellent scholar, enthusiastic athlete, and talented musician, Meaghan impressed the Scholarship Committee with her dedication to community service through church, Jaycees community events such as Holiday Fruit Baskets for the Discretionary Fund, holiday Common decorating and Caroling on the Common, and Vendor Fairs. Additionally, Meaghan demonstrated leadership in service through peer leader and mentor workshops such as “Game Changers” sponsored by the New England Patriots and Northeastern University and the school’s music program.
The Jaycees would like to thank all candidates who applied for the scholarship; there were many wonderful and worthy applicants who made the decision a difficult one! Continue to explore our wonderful community events!
Presenting the check are Jaycees Secretary Ryan White; Chairman of the Board Deena Cummings; Treasurer and Scholarship Committee Chairperson Lisa Jolicoeur; Meaghan Savage; Vice President of Individual Development Marc Rivard; and Keyman Award Recipient and Director Lynda Walsh.
The Foxboro Jaycees Scholarship Program awards a $500 scholarship to an individual enrolled in a two or four year college, a technical institute, school of nursing, post graduate school or other accredited secondary program who demonstrates a commitment to community service.
Foxboro area applicants must be enrolled in a 2 or 4 year college, technical institute, school of nursing, post graduate school or other education program beyond high school.