CHESTER C. EATON
MANCHESTER BAR ASSOCIATION
ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
Attention: All High School Seniors
A one thousand five hundred dollar ($1,500.00) scholarship award has been established by the Manchester Bar Association in memory of Chester C. Eaton, Esquire. The scholarship is to be offered each year to a graduating senior from each of the Manchester, New Hampshire public high schools. To be eligible, the applying student should be planning to continue his or her education at a four year accredited college or university. The student should also demonstrate through his or her scholastic years an exemplary character, a strong scholastic ability, a dedication to the arts, a love for the outdoors, and a desire and aptitude through public service, or the law, for expected future contributions to his or her fellow citizens upon graduation.
If you meet the above requirements, you are encouraged to apply for the 2019 Chester C. Eaton Manchester Bar Association Annual Scholarship Award. In order to do so, please fill out the attached application (attach additional pages as necessary) and send it along with your typed essay to:
Kathleen A. Davidson, Esquire
Secretary, Manchester Bar Association
c/o Hage Hodes PA
1855 Elm Street
Manchester, NH 03104-2998
Submissions may also be sent via e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your application should also include your high school transcript and PSAT/SAT scores. The transcript should contain your class rank and cumulative GPA. A printout of the PSAT/SAT scores e-mailed to students will suffice.
The application must be received on or before Monday, April 22, 2019.
The 2019 Chester C. Eaton Manchester Bar Association Scholarship Award will be presented to the winner at the Manchester Bar Association’s May Dinner Meeting. The award recipients will be provided with the date and location of the meeting so the recipients can reserve that date for themselves and their parents to attend as our special guests.
For further information call Manchester Bar Association Secretary Kathleen Davidson at (603) 668-2222.