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Rose Award

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Bob Schoenman's Protiles established the Rose Award in 2009 in order to honor Rose Kreiswirth's memory. At the time, he wrote:

Rose was an expert SCRABBLE player for over 30 years and cherished the game for its educational values. An accomplished player, Rose was as well known for her sense of fairness and her congeniality as she was for her competitiveness. The Rose Award will be awarded each year at the National SCRABBLE Championship to a female player who, in the opinion of the judges, best exemplifies the fierce competitiveness and compassion that we remember Rose for.

The following players have received the award:

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