Congratulations to Cheshire High School graduates Taylor Bond and Meghan Kirby as the organization’s 2014 scholarship winners, awarding each $2,000 in recognition of extraordinary community service.
Taylor Bond has been a participant in Lights of Hope events, Relay for Life, the MS walk, the Petit Foundation Road Race and UMARMY (United Methodist Action Reach Out by Youth). She has also been a camp volunteer and donated her own garden-raised vegetables to those in need. She is attending Georgetown University.
Meghan Kirby has worked with the Cheshire High School PTO and was a peer tutor and member of the high school service club. She also participated in Lights of Hope, Relay for Life and numerous other community events and fundraisers. She was a Darcey School volunteer and a member of the St. Thomas Becket Youth Ministry. She is attending American University.
“Both recipients embody the principles of service to others and making the world a better place,” said Cheshire’s Lights of Hope co-founder Don Walsh. “They have dedicated countless hours to their myriad pursuits and are equally deserving of this honor.”