2017 Scholarship Winner – Congratulations Jacob Davis!
The Chelmsford Republican Town Committee (CRTC) is proud to announce that Chelmsford resident Jacob Davis has won the 2017 Maxine Vaitses Memorial Scholarship by writing an excellent essay on the Bill of Rights. The scholarship is a $750 cash award that is given each year to a high school senior who is a Chelmsford resident and is attending college in the fall.
“The Chelmsford Republican Town Committee received many applications for the 2017 Maxine Vaitses Memorial Scholarship this year, and all of the applications and essays were terrific. It was a really tough decision to choose a winner,” said Dee Miller, Secretary and member of the Scholarship Committee. However Jacob Davis’ application really impressed the Scholarship Committee. His essay was on why he believes the First Amendment is the most important Bill of Rights Amendment to the Constitution. Click here to read Jacob’s essay: Maxine Vaitses Memorial Scholarship Essay
Jacob is a recent graduate of Chelmsford High School and his community activities include the Boy Scouts of America, DECA, Election Day Volunteer, and Lowell Wish Project. The $750 award will help Jacob as he pursues an English Major at Salem State University this fall.
Jacob and his parents, Kama and Todd Davis, attended the May 18th meeting to accept the award and Jacob read his essay to a full house of CRTC members and guests. The Chelmsford Republican Town Committee congratulates Jacob Davis on this award and looks forward to hearing about his future successes.
2016 Scholarship – Congratulations Claire Markey!
Congratulations to Claire Markey, Chelmsford High School graduate, for winning the 2016 Maxine Vaitses Memorial Scholarship! Claire’s numerous volunteer activities and her essay on the importance of the First Amendment won her a $750 cash award.
Claire joined us at our meeting to read her winning essay and accept the award. Congratulations Claire and thank you for being such an excellent example of Republican values and patriotism! Claire’s essay is attached for everyone to enjoy.