Moorestown Improvement Association announces 2022 scholarship winners

Special to The Sun: Moorestown Improvement Association scholarship winners Spencer Talbot (left) and Aidan Bove get their awards from association President Dave Schill (center).

The Moorestown Improvement Association (MIA) is pleased to announce that Moorestown High School graduates Spencer Talbot and Aidan Bove are the recipients of the MIA’s annual scholarship awards. Talbot received the MIA Scholarship for $1000 and Bove received the Ellen Shiplee Scholarship, also for $1000. Both winners are members of the 2022 graduating class of Moorestown High School and were selected because of their contributions and commitment to improving the greater Moorestown community. While students at MHS, both Talbot and Bove were involved in a variety of school and community activities.  

Talbot will be attending Jefferson University in the fall, where he plans to pursue a course of studies towards becoming a physician assistant. During his high school years, Talbot was active in scouting, becoming an Eagle Scout. He helped found the Outdoor Service Club, working through the township’s Department of Parks and Recreation on many projects like helping to clear trails and clean up our parks. He also served as a junior volunteer firefighter in Moorestown and has assisted paramedics and EMTs on ambulance calls for the Moorestown Emergency Squad. 

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Bove will be entering the Catholic University of America and he plans to eventually pursue a career as an architect. While a student at MHS, Bove was very active in the Boy Scouts. For his Eagle Scout project, he rejuvenated a church garden by cleaning out weeds and mulch and then designing and planting an assortment of beautiful flowers especially attractive to bees.

The MIA congratulates Talbot and Bove, its 2022 scholarship recipients, for being great models of the organization’s core values.

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