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					                                     NEW HAMPSHIRE LAND SURVEYORS FOUNDATION
                                                        PO Box 689 – 77 Main Street
                                                    Raymond, New Hampshire 03077-0689
                                            TELEPHONE: 800-698-5447 - 603-895-4822 - FAX: 603-895-0157
                                                       web site address: www.nhlsa.org
                                                        email address: info@nhlsa.org




CHAIR
WAYNE C. MCCUTCHEON
492 Washington Street
Claremont, NH 0303743
                                                         ANNOUNCEMENT
603-542-7352

                                     NEW HAMPSHIRE LAND SURVEYORS FOUNDATION
VICE-CHAIR
JEFFREY M. GRAY                                SCHOLARSHIP NOTICE
283 Shore Drive
Salem, NH 0303079
603-560-3639
                                                       College Scholarships
EDUCATION CHAIR
RUSSELL J. HUNTLEY
331 Poocham Road
Westmoreland, NH 03467-4107
603-355-1532 (2008-2010)
                              The New Hampshire Land Surveyors Foundation is offering four scholarships
                              to New Hampshire residents. They are as follows:
TREASURER
RICHARD S. LADD
29 Plains Road
Raymond, NH 03077
603-895-3986                  I.     The "Allen W. Plumb Scholarship" is in recognition of Plumb's twin
                              professions of Forestry and Land Surveying and in recognition of his work
MEMBER @ LARGE
ERIC C. MITCHELL              to support the New Hampshire Land Surveyors Association and to improve
PO Box 10298
Bedford, NH 03110             the profession of Land Surveying in the State of New Hampshire. It is limited
603-627-1181 (2008-2010)
                              to a second, third or fourth year student from New Hampshire in a Forestry
                              program (either a two-year or four-year curriculum) who has shown serious
                              interest, capability, and outstanding accomplishment in surveying courses,
                              and who plans to make the profession of land surveying his or her career.

                              II.    The "E.N. Roberts Scholarship" is in recognition of Robert's twin
                              professions of Engineering and Land Surveying and in recognition of
                              his work to improve the profession of Land Surveying in the State of New
                              Hampshire. It is limited to a second, third or fourth year student from New
                              Hampshire in a four-year curriculum in Civil Engineering or a two-year
                              curriculum in Civil Technology or Surveying who has shown serious
                              interest, capability, and outstanding accomplishment in surveying courses,
                              and who plans to make the profession of land surveying his or her career.


                              III.     The "Warner M. Plummer Scholarship" is in recognition of Land
                              Surveying. Warner M. Plummer's career exemplified thoughtful and
                              caring contributions to the profession. This award is limited to a second,
                              third or fourth year student from New Hampshire who is presently enrolled
                              in a four-year Surveying or Surveying Engineering program at a
                              college or university anywhere in the United States or Canada and has
                              shown serious interest, capability, and outstanding accomplishment and
                              who plans to make the profession of land surveying his or her career.
IV.    The "Melvin E. Jenkins Scholarship" is in recognition of Jenkin's twin
professions of Forestry and Land Surveying and in recognition of his work
to support the New Hampshire Land Surveyors Association and to improve
the profession of Land Surveying in the State of New Hampshire. It is limited
to a second year student from New Hampshire enrolled in the Thompson
School of Applied Science Forestry program who has shown serious
interest, capability, and outstanding accomplishment in forestry courses, and
who plans to make the profession of land surveying his or her career.

This year the amount of each scholarship, which is dependent on what the
fund earns, will be $2,000.00. Applications made on the accompanying
forms, accompanied by letters of reference and an official transcript of work
completed to date, must be returned to the New Hampshire Land Surveyors
Foundation at the address below no later than November 6, 2009. Please
have the referees put letters in sealed envelopes to be forwarded with the
completed application.

New Hampshire Land Surveyors Foundation
P.O. Box 689
Raymond, NH 03077-0689

Attention: Wayne C. McCutcheon, Scholarship Chair

Selection will take place by November 12, 2009, and the scholarships will be
awarded at our Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet on December 10, 2009
at the Radisson Hotel, Nashua, NH.

The Jenkins Scholarship will be selected by the Thompson School of Applied
Science faculty by November 12, 2009 and announced on December 10,
2009. Formal presentation will be made at the Granite State Forestry
Meeting in February of 2010.

				
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