RE/MAX On the River Charitable Foundation Awards 5 Scholarships to Local Students

Newburyport, MA (JUNE 2017) – RE/MAX On the River is proud to announce the 2017 recipients of the RE/MAX On the River Charitable Foundation Scholarship Program. This year the Foundation has awarded over $10,000 in scholarships to commendable, college bound students from five local high schools.

This is the 5th year that the Charitable Foundation has awarded scholarships to local students. To date, there have been more than 100 applications submitted. Students at Newburyport, Amesbury, Pentucket, Masconomet and Triton High Schools who have completed the necessary requirements to graduate, and who plan to attend a two or four year college or university are eligible to apply for the scholarships.

The recipients of this year’s scholarships demonstrate strong qualities of leadership, willingness to work toward the common good, and a commitment to giving back to their communities through charitable endeavors. We commend each of them on their success and wish them the best of luck.

RE/MAX On the River would like to recognize the following students for their dedication and commitment to improving their communities:

Kayla Bastolla – Triton Regional High School
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Eric Dawes – Amesbury High School
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Samantha Graves – Pentucket Regional High School
Cornell University

Lauren Morneweck – Masconomet Regional High School
Salem State College

Annaliese Keller – Newburyport High School
George Washington University

The RE/MAX On the River Charitable Foundation Scholarship Program is made possible by the generous donations of the REALTORS® at RE/MAX On the River. Each REALTOR® contributes a portion of their yearly closed sales to the Charitable Foundation. In the beginning of each year, the committee distributes these funds to a local organization or family in need, as well as to a worthy student at each of our five local high schools in the form of an annual scholarship.

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