Story by School News Network – If Forest Hills Central High School senior Noah Stout could have a conversation with the late Roger B. Chaffee, American naval officer and astronaut, it’s likely the word “legacy” would come up more than once. Noah, who will enter the U.S. Air Force Academy in the fall, recently was named the recipient of this year’s $3,000 annual award from the Roger B. Chaffee Scholarship Fund. “We are always looking for a student who will carry out the aspirations and commemorate the memory of Chaffee,” said Ted Burba, chairman of the scholarship committee. “Noah fit very well in that criteria.” Noah is the 52nd student to receive the Chaffee scholarship, awarded annually to a Kent County area student pursuing a college career in engineering or the sciences. To learn more about Noah and the scholarship award, click here.
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