MARLBOROUGH – Pamela Morse has announced a donation of $20,000 per year for high school graduates in Marlborough.
The funds will be distributed to deserving students in need of financial assistance to further their education. She will be continuing with this scholarship indefinitely.
Morse, a fourth-generation resident of Marlborough, is committed to giving back to her community and is passionate about helping young people succeed. Continuing the legacy of her parents, Walter and Joyce Morse, and their love and support for the Marlborough community, she believes that education is the key to unlocking a brighter future, and she is thrilled to be able to support high school graduates in their journey toward higher education.
The scholarship program will be administered by the Marlborough Rotary Club and will be open to all high school graduates in Marlborough. Each year five applicants will be selected, and the recipients will be chosen based on their participation in community service, academic achievements and financial need.
An announcement regarding Morse’s donation was held on Jan. 31, at Marlborough City Hall.