New London County Chiefs Award 2 Scholarships
Photo by Ryan FlahertyLebanon Chief Jay Schall and Assistant Chief Alan Olenick with award recipients Megan Rice and Maxwell Hussey in front of Yantic's 1891 Silsby Steamer.
Photo by Ryan FlahertyYantic Chief Bill Eyberse shaking Megan's hand.
Photo by Ryan FlahertyYantic Chief Bill Eyberse introducing the recipients.
Photo by Ryan FlahertyYantic Past Chief Ron Stolz talking about upcoming events.
Photo by Ryan Flaherty
YANTIC, CT - On Wednesday, August 3rd, the Yantic Fire Engine Co. #1, as part of their 175th anniversary, held the monthly meeting of the New London County Fire Chiefs. Annually, the NLCFCA awards deserving college bound firefighters a $1,500 scholarship. Yantic Chief Bill Eyberse, scholarship committee chair, recognizes the 2022 recipients.
Maxwell Hussey of the Lebanon FD will be attending the University of New Haven, pursuing a degree in Fire Science. Maxwell is a recognized ECC student athlete and was involved in student government at Lyman Memorial High School where he served on a committee to select Lyman’s new Vice-Principal. He graduated with a 3.994 GPA.
Megan Rice, also of the Lebanon FD, will be a Senior at the University of Kentucky pursuing a Pre-Med degree. Megan is a nationally registered EMT, has volunteered at Backus Hospital where she shadowed in surgery as well as labor and delivery. She also worked part-time at the Ronald McDonald House. With over 100 credits under her belt, Megan maintains a 4.0 GPA at the University of Kentucky.
Best of luck to our local firefighters continuing their advanced education.