Merrimack County Savings Bank (the Merrimack) is pleased to announce the recipients of the William H. Hilton Community Service Award and the Dr. Robert E. Boucher Memorial Scholarship. As the school year comes to a close, the scholarships will help financially assist the graduating high school seniors as they prepare to enter college this fall.
The recipient of this year’s William Hilton Community Service Award is Abigail Denise of Bow. Abigail just graduated from Bow High School and is attending University of Delaware where she will study Chemical Engineering. Established in honor of William Hilton, a former Bank Director and community advocate, recipients of the award must demonstrate a strong commitment to community service. Bow High School students interested in learning more about the award should contact their guidance office.
Jointly awarded by the Merrimack and the Boucher Family, the recipient of this year’s Dr. Robert E. Boucher Scholarship is Rylee Ann Boucher of Penacook. Rylee Ann is a recent graduate of Merrimack Valley High School and will be attending Southern New Hampshire University. In honor of Dr. Boucher, who was known to inspire those around him to serve, the scholarship is presented every year to one deserving student who shows exceptional character and is dedicated to serving their community. Merrimack Valley High School students interested in applying for the scholarship should contact their guidance office.
The Merrimack also awards scholarships to four high school seniors from Concord, Hopkinton and Nashua who reflect Merrimack Style and are mindful of their communities through volunteerism and participation in school activities. To learn more about the multiple scholarships offered by the Merrimack, click here.