2021 HCA Scholarship Award Recipients –
June 3rd, 7pm – Join Us for the Annual Town Dinner Dine and Donate
Click HERE to view the YouTube livestream event on June 3rd at 7pm.
We will honor these students and Ms. Hurly (click HERE) will be presented the Award at the HCA’s Annual Meeting and Town Dinner (Dine & Donate). The event will be livestreamed from Inkwood Bookstore in Haddonfield for a virtual online audience.
The 2021 Bradshaw Literary Award Winner Goes to Sullivan Norton
Since the 1920s, the HCA has recognized an HMHS senior with the Bradshaw Literary Award for their thoughtful and creative response to a civic-oriented writing prompt. Named after Mr. Bradshaw (HCA President 1920-1925), he had a strong interest in the youth of the community and he established an essay competition which served to encourage an interest and awareness of the need for participation in civic affairs. Now, the essay program is conducted at HMHS under the supervision of the English Department and the essays are judged by a BOG committee. Congratulations to Sullivan Norton!
The 2021 Kaufmann Performing Arts Award Goes to Anna Chung
Mr. Kaufmann was a long-time Haddonfield resident and enthusiastic amateur in the world of the performing arts. He wrote, composed and directed a musical commemorating his beloved hometown, “Kings’ Road”, winning a Freedom Foundation Award. He was committed to assisting those around him, not looking for recognition and thanks, just looking to help. Accordingly, this award seeks to recognize a HMHS senior who exemplifies his twin passions of civic engagement and participation in the performing arts. Congratulations to Anna Chung!
The 2021 Quanci Visual Arts Award Goes to Nina Tan
The HCA Board recognizes the visual arts program has been so strong, growing in stature and numbers (thanks to the hard work of the faculty and administrative support), that it deserved it’s own award. All HMHS seniors are encouraged to enter visual art submission for consideration. Entries include 2D and 3D pieces in any medium. The HCA is continually proud of the hard work and insight shared by the HMHS students and their display of creativity. Congratulations to Nina Tan!