Jean E. Lyons Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded annually to a female golfer who is a resident of the State of New Hampshire or a playing member at a New Hampshire golf club and pursuing a higher education at an accredited college or university and who combines outstanding character with a promise of academic success.
Kayli Michelle Grise
Mary Anne Wiley
New Hampshire Women’s Golf Association Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded annually to a female golfer who is a member of the NHWGA or a relative of a member of the NHWGA and pursuing a higher education at an accredited college or university. The candidates are also evaluated for merit factors including academic work, extracurricular activities, community involvement, work experience and financial need.
Heather, a graduate of Murray High School, UT, will be a freshman at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. She has a passion for politics and business and dreams of a career in handling international relations for the government or private businesses. As a high school student, Heather actively engaged in state and local political campaigns and her state’s chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America organization.
Alexis St. Laurent
Alexis, a graduate of Nashua High School, plans on attending Franklin Pierce University majoring in marketing. She has played golf since the 4th grade, has participated in the NHWGA Jr. championship, and is a member of the 2020 NH New England Women’s championship team. While in high school she worked with a team to launched Green Lemons. Green Lemons is a program that helps bridge middle and high school technological classroom curriculums in the Nashua School District, while inspiring students to become entrepreneurs. Green Lemons has held 22 events reaching over 300 students within the district.
Ainsley, a graduate of Nashua High School South, plans on attending Keene State College in the fall. Her goal is to become an elementary school teacher working with trauma ridden children. She was a member of the varsity swim and dive team during her four years of high school and was named captain in her senior year. Ainsley volunteers with the New Hampshire Special Olympics as a swim coach and is working part-time as an assistant teacher in the Nashua Child Learning center.