ShopRite and Dove Announce Scholarship Winners

Middletown, NJ (June 6, 2017) -- ShopRite and Dove recognized four exceptional young women, including a teen from Middletown, NJ, as Dove Right On Girls scholarship winners during a ceremony June 6 at the ShopRite of Middletown in Middletown, NJ. 

The contest sponsored by Unilever in partnership with ShopRite grants college scholarships to young women who devote their talent and time to their communities.

Emily Calabro, 14, of Middletown, was one of four winners from New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Delaware who was recognized during the ceremony June 6 at the ShopRite of Middletown, where she accepted a check for $4,000.

A cancer survivor, Emily spends time mentoring young people as a volunteer religious education assistant, algebra tutor and dance instructor for children. She is also a varsity cheerleader, dancer, honor student and member of Team IMPACT, a group that “drafts” chronically ill children to become members of local college athletic teams.

Emily, right, accepted the scholarship along with winners Tara Lynch, 16, of Cheshire, CT; Caroline King, 17, of Newark, DE, and Isabella Rose Sapio, 16, Pine Bush, NY.




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