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Old Bridge/Sayreville Rotary Helps MCC Students Succeed

A record number of students, 30, received the largest amount of money – almost $66,000 – from the Old Bridge/Sayreville Rotary Scholarship at MCC this academic year. The organization was one of dozens recognized at the annual Scholarship Reception at MCC this fall. The event allows scholarship donors to mingle with the students they have assisted.

“It really is a wonderful night,” said Veronica Clinton, director of development and alumni relations and executive director of the College Foundation. “It gives our donors the chance to get to know the students they are helping.”

The Old Bridge/Sayreville Rotary has a long history of helping MCC students. Since 1991, 195 students have received 267 scholarships (many have received renewed scholarships), for a total of $358,134.

“We are grateful for their support,” Ms. Clinton said. “They have helped hundreds of MCC students reach their educational goals and become successful.”

 

At the Scholarship Reception, from left: students Dillon Meicke, Elizabeth Trelles, Jean Germain, Kelly Walsh, Marc Martinez, Rotary representatives Joseph Juliano and Suzanne Meyer, students Merisa Carroll, Patricia Arpaugh, Veronica Martinez and Louis Pinchinat.

At the Scholarship Reception, from left: students Dillon Meicke, Elizabeth Trelles, Jean Germain, Kelly Walsh, Marc Martinez, Rotary representatives Joseph Juliano and Suzanne Meyer, students Merisa Carroll, Patricia Arpaugh, Veronica Martinez and Louis Pinchinat.