Improvement League offering $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors
The Hampden County Improvement League is awarding scholarships in the amount of up to $1,000 to high school seniors who meet certain criteria. The applications are available at area high schools and are due by June 1.
Recipients must be a resident of Hampden County for at least two years, be a good student and must show current or previous involvement in 4-H, an agricultural endeavor or be a member of a farm family.
The Hampden County Improvement League was established Jan. 25, 1913 to promote agriculture and farm family life in Hampden County HCIL is committed to encouraging youth to challenge themselves and work towards their potential by furthering their education after high school. To help meet this financial commitment the League established a scholarship fund in 1993. Scholarships are awarded annually in the amount of up to $1,000 each. The recipient will continue to receive the award throughout his/her post secondary education.
Call 786-1432 (Sue) or 786-9995 (Maryellen) for questions or more information or see your school guidance counselor.