Mount Everett Scholarships & Awards for 2020

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SHEFFIELD, Mass. — The following Mount Everett Regional School scholarships and awards for the class of 2020 were announced at graduation on Friday, June 12.
Albert Trocchi Scholarship: Madeleine Soudant, Sarah Markham
Alice Coon Shanley Memorial: Madeleine Soudant
American Legion: Madeleine Soudant
Amy Gillette Memorial: Nicholas Boardman
Arthur Batacchi Sr. Memorial: David Bautista:Cruz
Barbara Rhoades Memorial: Elisabeth Enoch
Chang-Chavkin Scholarship: Jeremiah Tomascak
Christian A. Herter Memorial Scholarship: Jeremiah Tomascak
CTSB-TV Scholarship: Carly Duval, Sarah Markham, Madeleine Soudant
Diana Seavey Memorial Scholarship: Nicholas Boardman
Egremont Garden Club Gertrude Burdsall Memorial: Alexandra Green
Esther MacDonald Memorial: Rose Lewis
Future Leader in Education Award: Carly Duval
Great Barrington Fish and Game Club Scholarship: Madeleine Makuc
Great Barrington Rotary Club Scholarships: Faith Angell, Carly Duval, Elisabeth Enoch, Sarah Markham, Megan Smith, Shelby Tinker, Bethany Rhoa; Bruce and Barbara Person Scholarship: Madeleine Soudant; Chad Krzynowek Memorial Scholarship: Ethan Benoit
Greylock Federal Credit Union's Community Enrichment Scholarship: Ethan Benoit, Shelby Tinker
Hazel Hendrick Memorial Scholarship: Laynie Mullen
Honorable James P. Dohoney Scholarship: Madeleine Soudant
John and Abigail Adams Scholarships: Gwendolyn Carpenter, David Bautista-Cruz, Sierra Blodgett, Nicholas Boardman, Cole Duval, Grayson Duval, Elisabeth Enoch, Sofia Giumarro, Alexandra Green, Angus Kerr, Madeleine Makuc, Sarah Markham, Jake Martin, Megan Smith, Madeleine Soudant, Shelby Tinker, Jeremiah Tomascak
John Pulver Memorial Scholarships: Spencer Broderick, Megan Smith, Madeleine Soudant
Kelly B. Hayes Memorial Scholarship: Nicholas Boardman, Spencer Broderick   
Kenneth T. Krom III Memorial Scholarship: Madeline Von Ruden
Kevin Blanco Memorial: Bella Dawson
Lillian Preiss Memorial: Elisabeth Enoch
Linda Higgins Kindness Award: Madeline Von Ruden
Mary Ellen Welch Memorial: Madeleine Soudant
Mia and Lynn MacDonald Memorial: Sofia Giumarro
Mount Everett Class of 1980 Scholarship: Grayson Duval, Shelby Tinker
Mount Everett Scholarships: Cole Duval, David Bautista-Cruz, Carly Duval, Grayson Duval, Sofia Giumarro, Madeline Von Ruden, Jake Martin
Neil G. Fletcher Memorial Scholarship: Laynie Mullen
New Marlborough-Monterey PTA Scholarship: Elisabeth Enoch, Madeleine Makuc
O'Brien Arts & Technology Scholarship: Madeline Von Ruden, Claudia Martin
Picard-Provo Grants in Memory of John Henry Picard and Frank Provo: Nicholas Boardman, Elisabeth Enoch, Sofia Giumarro, Sarah Markham, Madeleine Makuc, Megan Smith
Pittsfield Cooperative Bank Centennial Scholarship: Shelby Tinker
Robert Law Memorial Scholarship: Sofia Giumarro
Robert Gauthier Memorial: Spencer Broderick
Salisbury Bank/Charles H. Joch Jr.: Jake Martin
Sheffield Grange Scholarship: Shelby Tinker
Sheffield Kiwanis Scholarships
H. Lee Kline Memorial: Sarah Markham
Arthur Stavisky Scholarship: Madeleine Soudant
Stockbridge Road Association: Faith Angell
Paul Moritz Scholarship: Ethan Benoit
Scholarship Award: Megan Smith, Elisabeth Enoch
Sheffield Sporting Club Scholarship: Faith Angell, Madeleine Soudant
Southern Berkshire Regional School Education Association Scholarship: Jake Martin, Carly Duval, Cole Duval, Grayson Duval, Sofia Giumarro, Madeline Von Ruden
Southern Berkshire Regional Elementary Teachers Scholarship: Carly Duval
Strive Award: Jake Martin       
Thursday Morning Club: Four-Year Scholarship: Shelby Tinker; One-Year Scholarships: Carly Duval, Elisabeth Enoch
Wheeler and Taylor Scholarship: Madeleine Soudant, Shelby Tinker, Madeline Von Ruden

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