Forest Hill Neighborhood Association wants to give High School grads money for school

Congrats to all the High School grads out there in the H&H.

College is not a minor expense. The Forest Hill Neighborhood Association knows that every bit helps and have set aside $500 for a student in the Forest Hill neighborhood for use towards furthering their education. The deadline to submit the application is July 1st.

The application can be found here:

The annual scholarship is an award of $500 presented to a graduating senior who lives in the Forest Hill neighborhood and who plans to attend college or a post-secondary institution. The selection process is based on an application; original answers to essay questions, including details and documentation of service to the community; a letter of recommendation from a non-relative who knows the applicant and is familiar with his or her service to the community; and a copy of a letter of acceptance from the college the applicant plans to attend. Once awarded, the scholarship may be used for any college-related necessities.

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Richard Hayes

When Richard isn’t rounding up neighborhood news, he’s likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest craft beer.

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