NASHUA, N.H. – Rita Castonguay of Livermore, a recent graduate of Daniel Webster College, was recently presented the institution’s Distinguished Service Award.

A work-study student, event volunteer and intern in the college’s development office, Castonguay was an asset to the college community, said Susan Elsass, dean of student life. “Whether performing detailed clerical duties, tackling creative projects or providing technical aviation-related support as she did with the 2003 Aviation Heritage Festival, Rita approached each new challenge with an open mind and a supreme interest in learning and sharing new skills with others,” she said.

Elsass added, “This ceremony provides the opportunity for the college community to acknowledge the time each student takes to make his or her individual and collective contributions to Daniel Webster College. The ideas they have brought forth, their accomplishments, their energy all of those qualities enrich our campus making their experience here more meaningful, while enriching the experience of their fellow students.”

“Being selected for the college’s “Distinguished Service Award” is one of the greatest honors that Daniel Webster College can give to a student,” she added.


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