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Shorelines April 2021

• DAR Good Citizens Award Celebrates local students. The Col. Thomas Lothrop Old Colony Chapter of DAR honored four exceptional young people at the chapter’s 2021 Good Citizens award ceremony on Sunday, March 7, virtually via Zoom. Each were nominated by the staff and faculty of their high schools and wrote an essay on the…

February 2021 Shorelines

We are delighted by the sheer number of college students from Hull who have achieved academic distinction at their respective schools. Congratulations to all! Here are the Dean’s List honorees we’ve been made aware of thus far for the fall semester: Christina R. Murphy a nursing major at Saint Anselm College Lillian Whelan at Hartwick…

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Good News

It’s been a quiet few weeks as far as Shorelines news is concerned. Luckily we received four submission this past week, so let’s get to it: Jack Hood (left), a junior at Catholic Memorial High School, has made the President’s List for the first quarter. Congratulations Jack, keep up the good work! Congratulations to Sam…

Hull collegian makes dean’s list

Stacia Foresta, of Hull, qualified for the Fall 2020 dean’s list at Belmont University. Eligibility is based on a minimum course load of 12 hours and a quality grade point average of 3.5, with no grade below a C. Approximately 55 percent of Belmont’s students qualified for the dean’s list this semester. “Achieving the recognition…

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Six from Hull on BC High honor roll

Boston College High School has announced that six students from Hull have been named to the school’s first-quarter honor roll. For high honors, a sophomore, junior, or senior must have at least a 3.80 quality point average and all grades of C+ or higher. Freshmen need a 3.6 quality point average and all grades of…

Hull Times reporter an ENC grad

Hull Times reporter Darvence Chery will graduate from Eastern Nazarene College this January. He will be receiving his bachelor of arts degree in journalism and writing. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is unlikely there will be a commencement ceremony. Beginning in April, Chery started working at the Times and has proven to be a…