Please submit completed applications to:
The Pentucket Kiwanis Scholarship Committee
PO Box 123
Haverhill, MA, 01830
or scan and email to email@example.com
Due date: April 3, 2020
The Pentucket Kiwanis Club of Haverhill recently awarded three $1,000 scholarships to Haverhill-area
high school seniors: Hope Shellene, Cameron Dennis, and David Colby Hill.
Scholarship recipients would normally be invited to a dinner meeting as the Club’s guests. To meet
Social -Distancing guidelines, the three scholarship winners attended a Zoom Kiwanis meeting to talk
about their plans. They also received gift cards to 5 Guys.
The scholarships are given annually to a student who attends Haverhill High School,, Whittier Regional
Vocational Technical High School, Pentucket Regional High School, or a Haverhill resident who attends
another school or is home schooled. The awards are based on
Scholastic Ability (B-C grade average)
Activities & Community Service
Hope Shellene is graduating from Haverhill High School and will attend Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her preferred major is Industrial Design, which she describes as “the perfect mix of engineering and design”.
Hope is the Secretary of the Drama Club, was elected to the Student Government Executive Committee, works part-time at Market Basket, and volunteers at Sweet Paws Rescue.
She is the daughter of Richard and Monica Shellene of Haverhill.
Cameron Dennis is a senior at Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School. He will be attending the University of New England to major in Design and Visual Communications. At Whittier, Cameron is a member of the Peer Leadership Club and the National Technical Honor Society.
He is very active in service to his school: giving tours, helping other students, attending faculty meetings and creating
posters for the school’s use. Cameron works part-time at Market Basket and still manages to maintain a 4.02 GPA.
He is the son of Daniel and Cynthia Dennis, of Haverhill.
David Colby Hill is a student at Pentucket Regional High School and will attend Westfield State University. He will major in Criminal Justice. At Pentucket, he played Freshman Football and Club Rugby.
He completed 25+ hours of community service at “Our Neighbor’s Table," a program that provides food security for individuals and families. He credits his community service with teaching him that everyone has to deal with problems in life, and that the people who come to wait in line for supplies are no different than he.
David is the son of David and Tina Hill of West Newbury, MA.
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