Nashua 7th grader one of two New Hampshire Catholic school students to receive CMC ‘Hearts & Hands’ scholarships
By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Reporter | Jul 14, 2021
Kathryn Kieley, a rising 7th grader at St. Christopher Academy in Nashua, has been named one of the two recipients statewide of this year's CMC Heart & Hands Scholarship. With her are St. Christopher Academy principal Cynthia Clarke, right, and 6th grade homeroom teacher Mary Lou Wefers.
Emma Service, a rising senior at Trinity High School in Manchester, is one of two recipients of this year's Heart & Hands Scholarship, which recognizes two Catholic school students in grades 7-12 for their involvement in community leadership and service. She is pictured with Tim Soucy, senior executive director of Support Services and Mission at Catholic Medical Center.
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