To receive the Harrison accolades, a recipient must possess many of the ideals and traits that Raymond Harrison instilled in Adam Leitman Bailey. The recipient must also demonstrate financial need and strong academic achievement, while at the same time pursuing Mr. Harrison’s deep-seated values of success and the desire to make the world a better place through helping others. To honor each year’s recipient, New Milford High School has designed and placed a large plaque in the halls of the high school for all students to strive and aspire to.
New Milford High School named Alejandro Hincapie one of the third annual recipients of the Raymond “Hap” Harrison Scholarship. Mr. Hincapie is a member of the 2010 graduating class of New Milford High School.
Alejandro Hincapie will be attending Rutgers University, making him one of the first members of his family to ever pursue a college degree. Both Diane and Alejandro graduated at the top of their class and have overcome significant obstacles.
Adam Leitman Bailey started this scholarship in honor of his high school cross country and track coach, Raymond “Hap” Harrison. The scholarship is awarded annually to a New Milford High School graduate. Mr. Bailey is a 1988 graduate of New Milford High School.
Adam Leitman Bailey Awards Full College Scholarship In Honor of Mr. John M. Murphy, Sr.
Dear Mr. Bailey,
On behalf of my family and myself, I wish to express my sincere gratitude for awarding me this year’s Raymond “Hap” Harrison Scholarship.
With my recent enrollment to Rutgers University, I become one of the first members of my family to ever pursue a college degree. Hopefully, this award will not only play a large role in financing my education, but will assist me in achieving the goal my parents hoped I would accomplish when our family migrated to the United States 14 years ago.
I look forward to meeting the opportunities that this scholarship and Rutgers University present to me in the near future.