Women’s Club of Fulton to offer scholarship

The Women’s Club of Fulton will be awarding a scholarship of $600 a year for up to two years to a qualified graduating senior within the Fulton City School District who plans to enter a course of two years or less in an associate degree program, a technical vocation or a business program. Pictured from left are scholarship committee members Maryalice Chatterton, Karen Lupa and Sue Brown.

The Women’s Club of Fulton will be awarding a scholarship of $600 a year for up to two years to a qualified graduating senior within the Fulton City School District who plans to enter a course of two years or less in an associate degree program, a technical vocation or a business program. Pictured from left are scholarship committee members Maryalice Chatterton, Karen Lupa and Sue Brown.

The Women’s Club of Fulton will be awarding a scholarship of $600 a year for up to two years to a qualified graduating senior, male or female, within the Fulton City School District who plans to enter a course of two years or less in an associate degree program, a technical vocation or a business program.

The scholarship is awarded on the basis of proficiency in the chosen field and the ability to benefit from the elected course. The grant will be conditional, pending acceptance and matriculation of the student at his or her selected school.

Applications are in the G. Ray Bodley High School Guidance Office and must be completed and returned by April 22. Those seeking further information may call Karen Lupa, scholarship chairperson, at 592-7754.

The winner will be announced in May and will be a guest at the club’s May luncheon.

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