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Wednesday, July 12
Congrats to Our 2017 Scholarship Recipients



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Jack Schille (left) and Dan Madden (right) with NRLL's Rich Giannattasio

North Reading Little League is proud to announce that Jack Schille and Daniel Madden are the recipeints of the two scholarships presented annually to graduating high school seniors to aid them in pursuing higher education opportunities.

Schille, who will enroll at the University of Massachusetts in Sepetember, won the Phil Dardeno President's Award This is a $500 scholarship given to that boy or girl who has selflessly contributed to the NRLL as a player, umpire, coach, volunteer, or employee.

Madden, who is headed to the University of Alabama, earned the Harold B. Reynolds Memorial Scholarship. This is a $500 scholarship given to that boy or girl who exemplifies all of the qualities inherent in Little League as embodied by the Little League motto of “Character, Courage, and Loyalty.”


The Phil Dardeno President's Award is named after the former NRLL president who has served the town of North Reading in several capacities, including selectman, and continues to be involved in youth baseball in our town. Harold Reynolds was deeply involved in Little League and youth athletics in North Reading.

 

All high school seniors residing in North Reading were eligible. The awards are voted upon by the NRLL Board of Directors, with the written essay a major factor in the decision.



Scholarship Opportunities for High School Seniors



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North Reading Little League is accepting applications through Friday, April 21, for the two $500 scholarships it annually offers to graduating high school seniors.

The Phil Dardeno President's Award: This is a $500 scholarship given to that boy or girl who has selflessly contributed to the NRLL as a player, umpire, coach, volunteer, or employee.

The Harold B. Reynolds Memorial Scholarship: This is a $500 scholarship given to that boy or girl who exemplifies all of the qualities inherent in Little League as embodied by the Little League motto of “Character, Courage, and Loyalty.”

 

"These awards are now in their seventh year and allow us to recognize those young men and women who have been an outstanding part of our program and those who have truly stood out in our community,” said NRLL president Eddie Madden. “We're honored to be able to assist these graduating seniors further their educational pursuits."


The Phil Dardeno President's Award is named after the former NRLL president who has served the town of North Reading in several capacities, including selectman, and continues to be involved in youth baseball in our town. Harold Reynolds was deeply involved in Little League and youth athletics in North Reading.

 

All high school seniors residing in North Reading are eligible. Applications are available at the North Reading High School guidance office and can also be downloaded from the NRLL website (www.nrll.org). The awards are voted upon by the NRLL Board of Directors, with the written essay a major factor in the decision. If you have any questions about these scholarships, please email rgiannattasio@cs.com.


Please download the application and return it to your high school guidance office or mail directly to:

 

NRLL Scholarship Committee

PO Box 619

North Reading, MA 01864 


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Monday, June 27
2016 Scholarship Winners Announced

North Reading Little League is proud to recognize its 2016 Scholarship winners.

Patrick Driscoll received the Phil Dardeno President's Award, a $500 scholarship given to that boy or girl who has selflessly contributed to the NRLL as a player, umpire, coach, volunteer, or employee. 

His brother, Michael Driscoll was the winner of the Harold B. Reynolds Memorial Scholarship, a $500 scholarship given to that boy or girl who exemplifies all of the qualities inherent in Little League as embodied by the Little League motto of “Character, Courage, and Loyalty.”

The Phil Dardeno President's Award is named after the former NRLL president who has served the town of North Reading in several capacities, including selectman, and continues to be involved in youth baseball in our town. Harold Reynolds was deeply involved in Little League and youth athletics in North Reading.

The awards are voted upon by the NRLL Board of Directors, with the written essay a major factor in the decision.



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