Scholarship winners will be honored at Spring Luncheon | Jefferson County
WATERTOWN – The North Central Zone of Retired Educators of New York will host a scholarship luncheon on Tuesday, June 14 at the Ramada Inn, 6300 Arsenal St.
Registration and social time will begin at 10 a.m., followed by a brief business meeting and presentation of the 2022 Zoey A. Anderson and Rayne F. Peterson scholarship winners. The retired educators organization, in partnership with the Northern New York Community Foundation, will present $1,000 Future Educators Scholarships for 2022 to each student.
Zoey, the daughter of Alicia and Zachary Anderson, is a graduate of Carthage Central High School and plans to attend the University at Buffalo majoring in high school math.
Rayne, the daughter of Buffy and Ronald Peterson, is a graduate of Sackets Harbor Central School and plans to attend Nazareth College, majoring in elementary special education.
Additionally, Shelly Peck and Deanna Henry, recipients of the 2022 Hudson-Kramer Prize for Education Professionals, will be honored. They will receive a $1,000 grant to implement a technology project in the elementary curriculum at LaFargeville Central School.
Erika Flint, executive director of the Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization, will be the guest speaker. Ms. Flint’s presentation will familiarize the audience with the Safe Schools Endeavor project.
Lunch registration forms will be mailed to members. Paid reservations are due by Monday, June 6th. Any retired educator or retired school staff who is not yet a member of RENY is welcome. For reservation information, email Alicia Bach at firstname.lastname@example.org For membership information, email Jackie Maloney at email@example.com
Members of RENY’s North Central Area (formerly NYSRTA) are retired educators who encourage and support current and future educators. If you would like to make a contribution to the NCZ scholarship fund, you can do so by contacting the Northern New York Community Foundation at 315-782-7110 or John Gaffney, scholarship chair, at 315-782-5834.