The Michael C. Rothberg

September 11th Memorial Scholarship

2010 Memorial Dinner and Auction

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The seventh annual Michael C. Rothberg September 11th Memorial Scholarship Dinner and Silent Auction was held on May 26, 2010, at the Saphire Estate, Sharon, MA

We sincerely hope everyone who attended had a fabulous time and we thank you for all of your participation in the silent auction and raffle.

CLICK HERE to see all the pictures from the evening


Scholarships were awarded to three outstanding students from Sharon High School and their pictures, along with their families and scholarship essays are included below


Michael Broder - $10,000

Michael with his family

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Michael Broder Essays


Samantha Rosenblum - $1,000

Samantha with her family

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Samantha Rosenblum Essays


Sherrie Wang - $1,000

Sherrie with her family

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Sherrie Wang Essays

Click Here to see past winners and essays


Click HERE to see the list of auction items that were at the scholarship dinner this year.
















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