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NEPMA Announces Weintraub Scholarship Winners

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The New England Pest Management Association announced its 2011 Mark Weintraub Scholarship winners: Erin Hockey of Quincy, Mass., and Benjamin Chianciola of Gloucester, Mass.

| May 13, 2011

***Updated 5/24/2011: This article was updated to correct an error in the original press release.****

The New England Pest Management Association announced its 2011 Mark Weintraub Scholarship winners: Kayla Ramsden of Northampton, Mass and Benjamin Chianciola of Gloucester, Mass. Ramsden is a sophomore at Westfield Sate University majoring in Elementary Education.

The college scholarships are awarded annually to employees and immediate family members of NEPMA companies.
 

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