Andover Service Club Awards Five Academic Scholarships

Applicants must have close relationship to Andover

By Mary Phinney

 The Andover Service Club has just completed its Scholarship Program for the 2020 academic year.  We are delighted to announce that a total of $6,000 was awarded to five very deserving students.  To be considered for a scholarship, applicants must have a close, personal relationship to the town of Andover.  The awards are made on the basis of academic performance, character attributes and community involvement.

The Andover Service Club would like to thank all those who submitted applications. Each application reflected strong character and diverse interests.  


I would like to thank personally each of the Andover Service Club members for their help in raising funds to allow this program to continue.  I also know that I speak for each member in thanking all the community members who support our Club’s projects.  This support is what makes our scholarship program possible.

The Andover Service Club wishes all those who participated in our program success and happiness in their future endeavors.

Olivia Beauregard $1,500
Olivia will continue her studies at Merrimack College in North Andover, Massachusetts.

Jacquelyn Morris $1,500
Jacquelyn will continue her studies at the University of Findlay in Findlay, Ohio.

Blaine Hinds $1,000
Blaine has been accepted to several institutions but undecided which to attend.

Chloe Makechnie $1,000
Chloe has been accepted to several institutions but undecided which to attend.

Samantha Parkman $1,000
Samantha will continue her studies at St. Joseph’s College in Standish, Maine.