Club offers scholarships
Sponsored by the Prairie Booster Club the purpose of the “Cliff Holthaus Memorial Scholarship” is to provide graduates of Prairie High School recognition and financial support in pursuit of a post secondary academic or vocational education. Four Prairie High graduates will each be awarded a $200 scholarship. Graduate’s family must be a current Booster Club member (membership dues paid) and the qualities of leadership, civic involvement, respect of others, volunteer activities, extra-curricular participation, academic achievement and work ethic will be considered.
One Prairie High School graduate will be awarded a $250 “Maurice Shinn Sportsmanship Scholarship” by writing a 500 word theme on SPORTSMANSHIP. What sportsmanship means to you and how you have demonstrated sportsmanship through your high school years either as an athlete or a fan. This scholarship is open to all graduating seniors of Prairie High School who plan to attend a college or university in the fall and whose family is a current Club member (membership dues paid).
Applications can be picked up at the counselor’s office at Prairie High School. Application deadline is the third Monday of April. Please turn in your application and accompanying paperwork to the counselor’s office. Questions may be addressed to Linda Nida at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (208)962-7161.
Farm Bureau offers scholarships
It’s that time of year to begin thinking about the Idaho Farm Bureau Scholarship program.
A total of eight state scholarships will be awarded by Idaho Farm Bureau in 2010 to high school seniors or students already attending college. There will be 4 - $750 scholarships awarded in the Non – Ag related field of study and 4 - $750 awarded in the Ag related field of study. These scholarships are for one year of higher education at an institution of their choice and are limited to one per recipient.
An official high school transcript or if already attending college, an official college transcript, and three letters of recommendation must accompany the application. A recent photograph will be used for publicity purposes only. Clearwater/Lewis County Farm Bureau will select two individuals from the pool of applicants and submit their applications to the Idaho Farm Bureau Federation for consideration for the state scholarships, one in a Non-Ag related field of study and one in an Ag-related field of study. As added incentive, the Clearwater/Lewis County Farm Bureau will award $500 county scholarships to each of the two applicants chosen to compete for state scholarships.
Completed applications and accompanying information must be submitted to the Farm Bureau Insurance Office located at 150 126th St in Orofino no later than March 4th, 2010. Scholarship applications are available at the office.
Applicants must be members of an Idaho Farm Bureau Family and membership can be obtained for $45 per year. Membership applications are available at the Farm Bureau Insurance Office.