Walter “Red” Winn was a lifelong resident of the Merrimack Valley who gave many years of service to the City of Methuen through his work, volunteer activities, and selfless devotion to the people of the community. His work at the Nevins Library, the Tenney Gatehouse, the Methuen Memorial Music Hall, Cedars Home, and Phillips Academy brought him into contact with hundreds of people each year, all of whom remember him with great respect and love. He gave many hours of volunteer service to the Methuen Historical Society, the Festival of Trees, the Methuen Historic District Commission, youth sports, and other groups and activities in the community too numerous to list. Red was devoted to family and friends, and exemplified the qualities of integrity, honesty, hard work, loyalty, and kindness. Red passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on March 9, 2008.
- Methuen resident graduating from high school
- Interest in local history and/or demonstrated community service
- High School Senior planning to attend a two- or four-year accredited institution for
further study within one year of graduation
- Completed application (below), including completion of a 200-word statement on the
importance of community and service
- Submit one copy of high school transcript
The award minimum is $250.00. Applications are generally available March-April and the award is announced in the month of June. This website will be updated accordingly and applications will be available here on the Nevins website or at the local high school.
Please submit applications to the Library by April 26, 2019
Pictured Top Right (Left to Right)
Priscilla Cubelli, Trustee; Kassand Jean-Marie GLTS ‘16; Ralph Prolman, Trustee Chair
Pictured Bottom Right (Left to Right)
Beverly Winn, Library Staff; Priscilla Cubelli, Trustee; Daphne Naut, MHS ‘16; Taylor Trussell, MHS ‘16; Ralph Prolman, Trustee Chair; Henry Torromeo, Trustee