Oxford team excels; Day Kimball offers Conn. scholarship.COLUMN: TAKING NOTE
The Oxford High School Pirate drill teams continue to excel in the Southern New England New England, name applied to the region comprising six states of the NE United States—Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. The region is thought to have been so named by Capt. Drill League. The cadets earned a clean sweep clean sweep n to make a clean sweep (SPORT) → arrasar, barrer
clean sweep n to make a clean sweep (Sport) → rafler tous les prix in the fourth meet of the season. Oxford High School students on the Naval Junior ROTC Drill Team and Color Guard continue to hone their skills. They delivered one of their best performances Jan. 12. The competition was at LaSalle Institute in Troy, N.Y. There were 12 schools competing that day. Oxford's cadets were awarded eight trophies for all eight events. They earned the most first-place finishes of any school in the league. Amy Fish and Katelyn Hebden and junior Kathleen Coonan added to the day's achievements by capturing personal medals from a field of more than 400 cadets entered in the Unarmed Individual Drill competition, while junior John Homes captured an individual medal in the Armed IDR IDR
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The Day Kimball Hospital Philanthropy Committee in Putnam is offering the 2008 Susan Chilkott Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is given annually to individuals in the 13 towns of Northeastern Connecticut who have an interest in pursuing a career in health care. Among the area towns are Brooklyn, Eastford, Killingly, Pomfret, Putnam, Thompson and Woodstock. Also eligible are family members of a Day Kimball Healthcare employee or a Day Kimball Healthcare employee not eligible for tuition reimbursement. The applicant must be a high school or preparatory school preparatory school: see school.
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Meanwhile, the Day Kimball Hospital recently held its 2007 business meeting at Quinebaug Valley Community College. More than 150 corporators attended. This year's meeting had the theme, "DKH+YOU: One Healthy Relationship."
Elected to the board of directors, with terms expiring in December 2010, were: Garfield Danenhower, MD; Daniel Rovero; Michael Baum Michael Baum teaches comparative politics (Western Europe) at the University of Massachusetts in Dartmouth and is an Executive Board Member of its Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture. He has published on Portuguese political culture, political behavior, and electoral politics. , MD; John Miller and Richard Loomis. Elected as officers were: Peter D. Deary, chairman; John P. Miller, vice chairman; Jay Sinha, secretary; David Conrad David Conrad (born 17 August 1967) is an American actor born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
He attended The Kiski School, Brown University and The Juilliard School. He is currently starring in Ghost Whisperer alongside Jennifer Love Hewitt and Camryn Manheim. , treasurer; and Michael Baum, MD, assistant secretary and assistant treasurer.
The Massachusetts Bankers Association Charitable Foundation recently donated $1,500 to the North Brookfield North Brookfield is the name of some places in the United States.
Also awarded money by the foundation was Baby's Breath Inc. of Leicester. It received a $5,000 award.
Two South County leaders were recently elected to serve as community members oncommittees of The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts. John W. Hawie, chief investment officer of the Commerce Group, was elected to serve a three-year term on the investment committee; and Marilyn L. Travinski, executive director of Tri-Valley Inc., was reelected to a second three-year term on the nominating committee.