Previous Award Recipients

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Past Theo Kalikow Recipients:

Stacey Yap (1995)

Rita Chase (1996)

Sally Boland (1997)

Dorothy Diehl (1998)

Sheryl Shirley (1999)

Jeanne Dubino (2000)

Alice Staples (2001)

Susan Walsh (2002)

Patricia Campbell (2003)

Bonnie Epstein (2004)

Liz Ahl (2005)

Wendy Palmquist (2006)

Rebecca Noel (2007)

Robin DeRosa (2008)

John Clark (2009)

Ann McClellan (2010)

Delilah Smith (2011)

Cathie LeBlanc (2012)

Margaret Burckes-Miller (2013)

Kim Bownes (2014)

Past Student POWA Recipients:

Jeannette Bilodeau (2002)

Mia Poliquin (2003)

Shirley Glines (2004)

Maya Blanchette (2005)

Niki Snover (2006)

Christine Messina (2007)

Michelle Stevens (2008)

Brittany Kingary (2009)

Harmony Ried (2010)

Alison Turkos (2011)

Callie Garp, Rebecca Cressy (2012)

Molly Dollan (2013)

Tegan Donnelly (2014)

Past Community Member POWA Recipient:

Lisa Davis (2011)

Tina last name purposely withheld (2012)

Shelly Golden (2013)

Jeannette Bilodeau (2014)

 

 

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