GREENWICH – NicholsMD of Greenwich, a dermatology boutique, presented Police Chief James Heavey with a donation of nearly $ 1,500 for the Greenwich Police Department Scholarship Fund.

“I am proud to donate to the Greenwich Police Department Scholarship Fund to celebrate 125 years of protecting our city, our community and our children,” said Dr Kim Nichols, dermatologist and surgeon aesthetics certified as well as founding director. by Nichols®. She presented the check to Heavey on July 1.

FPSM benefited from a percentage of product sales in June at NicholsMD of Greenwich, which provides top level concierge care and innovative, non-surgical skin care solutions.

The fund, which grants scholarships to graduate students of the municipal police, relies on the support of individuals and businesses.

“The Greenwich Police Department is proud of the partnerships it has forged with the Greenwich community, including our local businesses. They are always ready to help when asked, and we are very grateful for the community’s support for our scholarship fund, ”said Heavey.

During the 2020-21 school year, the GPDSF funded 26 scholarships. The fund dates back to 1962, when three scholarships were awarded. The candidate must be a full-time student and maintain an academic average of 2.75 or better.

For more information or to become a GPDSF Sponsor, call 203-622-7844 or visit www.gpdscholarshipfund.org.

The Greenwich Police Department Scholarship Fund Benefit Car Show will be held on August 28 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at City Hall. (The rainy date is August 29.) Admission is free. The show will include classic, antique, custom and exotic cars; motorcycles; vintage fire trucks; and military vehicles. There will be a DJ, food trucks and more.

Greenwich Symphony Honors Winners of Teen Talent Competition

Over 60 talented young musicians entered the Greenwich Symphony’s Teen Talent Contest via live Zoom auditions in front of a panel of nine judges.

Judging was conducted over four days and recorded so that the judges could review the performance.

The winners of the High School $ 500 Prize are: Aniketh Arvind, piano, ninth grade student at Hackley School, Tarrytown, NY; Stephanie Chang, piano, a grade 10 student at Greenwich High School; and Sadie Goodman, flute, a 10th grade student who is homeschooled in South Salem, NY

The winners of the $ 300 Middle School Prize are Evan James Lee, cello, an eighth-grade student at Scarsdale Middle School in New York City; Jordan Pak, viola, eighth grade student at Ardsley Middle School in New York; and Teresa Wang, piano, eighth grade student at Weston Middle School.

The college honorable mentions went to Matthew Wang, Aran Basu, Elliott Levine, Marshall Franz, Andrew Xu, and Rachel Horn.

High school honorable mentions went to Kay McIlhenny, Ayush Maini, Benjamin Sheppard, Madison Chueka, Alex Pak, Iris Araki and Adrian Pascual.

Local residents graduate from Connecticut College

Two Greenwich students graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Connecticut College in New London on May 23. They were among 380 members of the 2021 class at Connecticut College.

Alexander Charles Bologna graduated in economics and physics, and Charlotte Grace Harding graduated in psychology.

UMass Lowell names local student on Dean’s List

Nicole Pergjini of Greenwich, who is majoring in biology, has been named to the Dean’s List of the University of Massachusetts at Lowell.

Local students honored at Baylor University

Three local students have been named to the Dean’s Academic Honor List for the 2021 spring semester at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

The honored students are Benjamin Rana de Cos Cob, a student at the College of Arts and Sciences; Daniel Bradford Bourgeois of Old Greenwich, student at the School of Engineering & Computer Science; and Mark Alexander Bourgeois of Old Greenwich, a student at the College of Arts & Sciences.

Honored students must achieve a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.70.

Area residents named on the Dean’s List at Quinnipiac

A number of local students have been named to the Dean’s List for the spring semester 2021 at Quinnipiac University in Hamden.

The honored students are Joseph O’Donoghue of Cos Cob; Katherine Gannon of Old Greenwich; Alyssa Biondo of Greenwich; Joseph Caridi of Greenwich; Andrew D’Autilio of Greenwich; Madison Deblasi of Greenwich; Julia Dinota of Greenwich; Emma Duryea of ​​Greenwich; Brianna Fiorito of Greenwich; and Christyna Stagg of Greenwich.

To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must achieve a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5.


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