Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Community Foundation Scholarships Available

By: Peyton Gelinger/Junior Writer

Scholarships are available! Free money for your future! On the Community Foundation website you can find a list of all available scholarships available for Blue Ridge students, along with a brief description of each as well. 

To find the scholarships, you will need to go to the website’s home page and hit the drop down button for the scholarships. Then, you will hit the apply now button. After that, it will take you to another web page and select the search button. You will find the box that says Blue Ridge High School and check it off, then scroll down to the bottom of the page and hit search. A list of available scholarships will appear. To find out more information about the specific scholarships, you can hit the scholarship you are interested in to find a brief description and ways to apply for the scholarship. 

This year’s scholarships include:

  • David Hwang Memorial Scholarship
  • Donley family Memorial Foundation 
  • Ferdinand Graf Memorial Scholarship
  • Gil Depew Memorial Scholarship 
  • Kermit VanCott Horticulture Scholarship
  • Margaret Stone Music Scholarship 
  • Andrew M. Snitzer Memorial Scholarship
  • Matthew Van Fleet Memorial Automotive Scholarship
  • Montrose Area Of Chamber Commerce Pauline MacNeal Memorial Scholarship
  • R.E.S.C.U.E. Benjamin B. Stone Memorial Scholarship 
  • Thomas Conaty Memorial Scholarship
  • Bradley David Conklin Memorial Scholarship 
  • Cindi Conaty Memorial Scholarship
  • Cody Albert Memorial Scholarship
  • Meshoppen Creek Scholarship
  • Audrey R.& J. Melvin Kelly Memorial Scholarship
  • Susquehanna County Township Officials Association Scholarship 
  • Adam Lipinis Memorial Scholarship
  • Endless Mountains Business Association Scholarship
  • Susquehanna Beekeepers Association College Scholarship

Peyton Gelinger
Peyton Gelinger is a junior in high school. She spends most of her time keeping herself busy with volleyball, competitive dance and cheerleading. Spending times with friends and family is an important factor in her life. After high school she hopes to attend IUP with an undecided major.


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