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The Greater Barrington Chamber Of Commerce   

                  2016 Scholarship Recipients

The annual scholarship dinner was held on May 23, 2016 at the Nippo Lake Golf Club in Barrington. The evening was filled with excitement as the chamber honored and celebrated three very talented young women. Scholarship Award presentations were provided by Katherine Berger, Cornerstone VNA, Joann Toomey, My Painted Treasures and Katie Buote, Federal Savings Bank as well as a special guest speaker Matt Randall of Timberwolf Coaching. 

Molly Boodey, Class of 2016 Coe Brown Northwood Academy

Molly Boodey a resident of the town of Barrington was awarded a $1,000 scholarship for her involvement in the community of Barrington. Molly was a National Honor Society and Latin Honor Society member during her last two years at Coe-Brown Northwood Academy. She is a volunteer at the Barrington Public Library helping with the children’s summer reading program, an ambassador level girl scout and volunteer for many community activities such as the food pantry, The Linus Project, and the Barrington Elementary School after-school enrichment program. Molly is pursuing an Engineering Degree at the University of New Hampshire, Durham NH.  

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Jordan Lippmeier, Class of 2016 Coe Brown Northwood Academy

Jordan Lippmeier was awarded a $1,000 scholarship for her extensive volunteer work for the Greater Barrington area. Jordan was a captain of the CBNA Volleyball and Softball teams, member of Poetry Out Loud and a recipient of the girl scouts Bronze and Gold awards. Jordan has been an active member of the Dover Youth-2-Youth program, raised over $50,000 for the Making Strides for Breast Cancer walk and volunteered for numerous local chamber events.  Jordan is pursuing a degree in Athletic Training at Plymouth State College. 

Rachel Burke, Jesse Remington Class of 2013

Rachel Burke was awarded a $500 scholarship towards her degree in Kinesiology at Gordon College. A member of the Gordon Symphony Orchestra as a first violin she is a able to express creativity through music while investing in her athletic abilities on the varsity indoor and outdoor track teams. Rachel volunteers in the city of Lynn with the New American Center Rachel helping build mentoring relationships with refugees transitioning into life in the United States. Rachel worked at the Center for Balance, Mobility and Wellness which supports people with traumatic brain injuries and was a full-time research assistant at the Provost’s Summer Research Fellowship. 

Volunteers Do Not Necessarily Have The Time; They Have The Heart

- Elizabeth Andrew

Special Thanks To

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D.F. Richard The Evenings Sponsor

Stacey Gallant, Smooth Transitions Massage

Linda Sunderland, JJ Sunderland Construction

Don Chick, Chick Photography

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The Scholarship Committee:

Committee Chair: Melissa Aho, Ultra Geothermal

Scholarship Judging Panel:

Ron St. Jean, Ron St. Jean Photography

Laura Dubay, Federal Savings Bank

Erika Lee, Cornerstone VNA

Susan Marsh, Picasso’s Plate Catering

Scott Goodman, Scott’s Rubbish Removal

Wendy Chase, Avalon Promotions

Robert Drew, DoTerra Essential Oils