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The Southampton Association Scholarship in Memory of Arthur B. Schoen, Jr. and Todd Goodwin, was given in 2020 to two students based on academic promise, achievement, and demonstrates desire, perseverance and need, who have contributed to the school and the community and have clear educational goals. Each will receive $4,000. per year for each year of college.
The students are:
Lukas Baumalis, Boston University and Tonoa Pendar, Penn State
The Southampton Association Community
Oct 27, 2017 3:28 PMPublication: The Southampton Press
Southampton Village ZBA Approves Mocomanto And Despatch Applications
Oct 27, 2017 5:17 PM
By Greg Wehner
Two highly scrutinized projects within the Southampton Village historic district—on the Mocomanto and Despatch properties—were approved by the Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Thursday night, although one was not unanimous.
On Saturday, June 10, two Southampton High School seniors were honored for receiving the Southampton Association Scholarship in Memory of Arthur B. Schoen, Jr. and Todd Goodwin. They were introduced to a large group who gathered for the “Celebration of Southampton” party at Swan Lawn, home of Ellen and Chuck Scarborough. Each student will receive $4000. per year for each year of college.
Shown are Jay Diesing, Association President, winners Irma Rivera Martinez and Doris Hernandez, Regina