Four Students Receive Scholarships From Wilmot Community Association

The purpose of the scholarships is to invest in local young  people.

By Susan Nye

The Wilmot Community Association (WCA) is delighted to invest in local young people with two special scholarships. These scholarships were established in memory of Kay White, one of the WCA’s founders, and David White, Wilmot’s former police chief.

Kay White Scholarship winner Emily Swindell

We are delighted to announce two Kay White Scholars, Erin Chouinard and Emily Swindell. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of service to the community.

Kay White Scholarship winner Erin Chouinard


Erin is off to Middlebury College in the fall to study political science. She has been active with the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence as well as the New Hampshire Crisis Center and the Wilmot Public Library.


Emily is looking forward to joining the class of  2024 at Smith College. She plans to major in biochemical engineering and dance.

David White Scholarship winner Caroline Bourque

The David White Scholarship recognizes students with an interest in criminal justice, emergency medicine, or firefighting. We are happy to announce two recipients, Madison Hemingway and Caroline Bourque.

David White Scholarship winner Madison Hemingway


Along with a part-time job, Madison is active with dance, student government, and community
activities. She is looking forward to attending Salve Regina University in the fall.


Caroline is leaving New England and heading to the University of South Florida. A pet lover, Caroline has been an active volunteer with New Hampshire Kitten.