LEWISTON – The Thomas E. Lahey Foundation announces its scholarship recipients for 2004-2005. This year’s recipients are:

Amanda Bergeron, a graduate of Lewiston High School, is attending Emerson College. She is the daughter of Claude and Claudeen Bergeron of Lewiston.

Philip Chaput, a graduate of Lewiston High School, is attending Husson College. He is the son of Denise Chaput and David Chaput of Lewiston.

Beth Melanson, a graduate of Lewiston High School, is attending Wentworth Institute of Technology. She is the daughter of Craig and Susan Melanson of Lewiston.

Allyson St. Pierre, a graduate of Lewiston High School, is attending the University of Maine at Farmington. She is the daughter of Marc and Diane St. Pierre of Lewiston.

Samuel Fletcher is a graduate of Edward Little High School and is attending the University of Virginia. He is the son of Ralph Fletcher of Auburn.

Lauren Laroche, a graduate of Edward Little High School, is attending the University of Maine. She is the daughter of Lawrence and Paula Laroche of Auburn.

Michael Albert is a graduate of St. Dominic Regional High School and is attending Bentley College. He is the son of Normand and Ursula Albert of Lewiston.

Alison Leveque, a graduate of St. Dominic Regional High School, is attending Fordham University. She is the daughter of Robert and Anne Leveque of Lewiston.

Ryan Turgeon is a graduate of St. Dominic Regional High School and is attending Bowdoin College. He is the son of Allan and Suzanne Turgeon of Auburn.

The Thomas E. Lahey Foundation was established to honor Tom Lahey, an outstanding Lewiston athlete and successful businessman, who died Oct. 3, 1987, at the age of 43.

The purpose of the foundation is to assist local youth in the pursuit of excellence in academic, athletic and cultural activities.

Since its inception the foundation has raised more than $210,000 and awarded nearly $98,000 in scholarships.

Fund-raisers scheduled for 2005 include a bowling tournament on Feb. 5 and a golf tournament, date to be announced.


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