Meet This Year's AJJ Scholarship Winners!
This past weekend was full of celebrations and graduations. As we took time to remember Art on his birthday, his daughter, Julia, and mother, Marilyn, proudly honored his legacy by presenting more scholarships than ever in his name. This is the 22nd year that the Fund has awarded scholarships to deserving students at Hampton Bays High School, but we are elated to announce that it is the first year that we have extended our reach to include a student at every high school on the South Fork of Long Island. This year's awards were our most substantial yet and we couldn't have done it without you. It is only through your continued support and generosity that the AJJ Scholarship Fund was able to present $30,000 to eight commendable students. Along with the many individual gifts and donations, we would like to thank the MCJ Amelior Foundation once again for its generous grant.
We hope you will join us in congratulating Liam, Carly, Israel, Calum, Juliette, Scott, Amanda, and Nicholas, all of whom we feel epitomize Art's spirit as strong, well-rounded students, athletes and inclusive individuals. We wish them the best of luck in their college years and beyond!
Liam Sutton, Hampton Bays HS Carly Dunn, Hampton Bays HS Israel Pulla, Hampton Bays HS
$12,500 Northeastern University $10,000 Stony Brook University $2,500 Bentley University
Calum Anderson, East Hampton HS Juliette Archer, Southampton HS Scott Vinski, Bridgehampton HS
$1,000 SUNY Potsdam $1,000 Clemson University $1,000 Providence College
Amanda Shannon, Westhampton HS Nicholas Badilla, Pierson HS
$1,000 Skidmore College $1,000 University of Miami