Scholarships from Littleton Coin Honor student Achievement and Community Spirit
June 10, 2016 – Littleton, NH – In support of the academic and community service achievements of Littleton's top students, Littleton Coin Company and the Fannie Sundman Memorial Scholarship Committee awarded five outstanding graduates with scholarships totaling $17,000. "These students are exemplary in both their academics and dedication to the community. It's our distinct pleasure to support them in their future pursuits," said Stan Fillion, Littleton Coin Company Controller, at the Littleton High School awards presentation June 9th.
The 2016 academic scholarships went to LHS students with the highest grade point averages: Valedictorian, Melissa Hood, who will attend Keene State College to study liberal arts; Salutatorian, Cierra Favreau, who will study veterinary technology at Vermont Technical College; and Thomas Read, who will attend the University of New Hampshire to pursue studies in zoology.
Christine Sundman also presented the Fannie Sundman Memorial Scholarships named after Littleton Coin Company's co-founder. These awards focus on exemplary character, integrity and a commitment to community. Recipient Daniel Brammer, LRH class president, student council officer and three-sport varsity athlete, has a love for science and mathematics. He obtained his LNA licensure through the Health Science Technology program through the Hugh J. Gallen Career & Technical Center and has donated hundreds of hours of time in service to the Littleton community. He'll attend the University of New Hampshire in the fall to study Biology and pre-med in the hopes of becoming a neonatologist.
Alani Hastings is a dedicated member of the Littleton High School Players, participating in over a dozen productions both on stage and behind the scenes. In addition to completing the Business program through the Career & Technical Center, she also interned at the Littleton Police Department. As one of St. Rose of Lima Parish Quilters, she uses her creative talents to make quilts for various charities and organizations. She'll be attending Northeast Catholic College to study business administration.Littleton Coin Company is proud of these students and their accomplishments. Committed to the local community, the company currently employs over 300 area residents. For more information about Littleton Coin Company visit www.LittletonCoin.com.