WESTBROOK FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS - 2000
- Calderari-Hoxie-Schubert Memorial Scholarship - to Felicia Cecilia Harris
- Josephine S. Crump Scholarship - to Amanda Smirnow
- Dorothy Christopher Hoyt Scholarship - to Sara L. Brown and Michael Edward Paul
- Oscar Manstan Memorial Industrial Arts Scholarship - to Peter Aurigemma, III
- Herbert A. Muller, Jr. Memorial Scholarship - to Daniel Savage
- Henry Ortner Memorial Scholarship - to Fanny Cardona, Sara Nowak, and Jillian G. Lynch
- Olin E. Neidlinger Music Scholarship - Kimberly Anne Parkington
- Elliot A. Spencer Memorial Scholarship - Shannon Marie Copas
- Raymond A. Wilson Scholarship - Megan Anne Mulvihill
- Westbrook Grange #123 Scholarship - Anthony Caesar Volpe
- Ellen S. Murphy Scholarship - Sara L. Brown
- Barbara Spencer Memorial Scholarships - Alison Vogell, P. Todd Keryc, Siobhan D'Antonio, Sara DeSimone, Emily Shepard, Carrie K. Ozols, Young-Ji Ham, Theodore R. Owen, Allison Persutti, Jennifer Noel Eck, Kelly Swain, Kyle Woods, John P. Fudge, Erik Gustafson, Katrina Gustafson, Anthony Caesar Volpe, Michelle Killion
In addition to the scholarships listed above, the Foundation made grants totaling $105,550 during this same year, as follows:
- Westbrook Fire Department - $47,500 to acquire a fire safety trailer to teach fire prevention and escape.
Bushy Hill Nature Center - $2,100 to subsidize tuition for Westbrook children needing
Westbrook Senior High School - $6,000 to purchase weather forecasting equipment as part of
WTNH-TV's School Net system.
YMCA Camp Hazen - $5,200 to pay camp tuition for Westbrook children in need of financial
St. Paul's Episcopal Church - $12,000 for maintenance to the church building. St. Paul's was the church of the Spencer family.
Valley Shore YMCA - $20,000 to pay the third year of a 5-year commitment to the building
Westbrook Congregational Church - $5,000 to be used for charity for Westbrook residents.
Westbrook Boy Scout Troop #38 - $250 for materials for an Eagle Scout project on the town
Vista Vocational and Life Skills Center, Inc. - $7,500 as seed money to begin a program for
mentoring, involving Vista and Westbrook students and adults.
The Westbrook Foundation, since January 1, 1998, has made grants to organizations benefiting residents of Westbrook exceeding $280,000, and has awarded over $180,000 in scholarships to Westbrook residents.