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FREDERICK, MD – June 10, 2019: The Community Foundation of Frederick County recently presented ten music scholarships totaling $4,950.00 from two funds to talented young musicians, in support of vocal or instrumental music instruction and training.
The Frederick Arts Council Thelma Gross Music Scholarship, founded by daughter Anne-Lynn Gross in collaboration with the Frederick Arts Council, provides scholarships to students who have demonstrated talent and commitment to pursuing vocal or instrumental performance. The scholarship recipients are: Maddox Hartner, Audrey Mongan, Abigail Mongan, Zachary Mongan, Morgan Reif-Jones, Caia Lucas, Addison Fell, and Ella Fell.
The Frederick Arts Council Fund, founded by its board of directors in support of its programs, provided music scholarships to Brent Sare and Gerald Sare.
Photo caption: Pictured, front row, from left: Ella Fell, Caia Lucas, and Addison Fell. Back row, from left: Gabriella Smith, project consultant, and Louise Kennelly, executive director, Frederick Arts Council; Jim Summers, CPA, Community Foundation Trustee.
FREDERICK, MD – April 13, 2018: From May 1 through May 31, 2018, The Community Foundation of Frederick County is accepting online applications for music instruction scholarships at www.ScholarshipsFrederickCounty.com. All application requirements and details can be found at this address. No paper applications are accepted.
Students ages 5 through 18 who are currently pursuing instrumental or vocal music instruction may apply for a music scholarship supporting private or group instruction. Students must be enrolled in music instruction at the time of application, and must be a Frederick County, Maryland resident.
The scholarships are being provided through funds created by generous donors who support music study. Scholarships will be provided from The Dustin and Courtney Muse Memorial Fund, The Sperry L. Storm Memorial Scholarship Fund, and The Guss Family Scholarship Fund for the Arts.
FREDERICK, MD – April 30, 2019: From May 1 through May 31, 2019, The Community Foundation of Frederick County is accepting online applications for music instruction scholarships at www.ScholarshipsFrederickCounty.com. All application requirements and details can be found at this address. No paper applications are accepted.
Frederick, MD – February 13, 2019: The Community Foundation of Frederick County is pleased to announce its scholarship application is available for the 2019-2020 academic year beginning Friday, March 1, 2019. For the fourth consecutive year, just over $1 million is available to students pursuing post-secondary education or vocational training. By completing one general application, students may qualify for more than 250 scholarships. The completed application with required attachments must be submitted online no later than 11:59 p.m. EST on Sunday, March 31, 2019.
Details about the scholarship program and the application are accessible through the Community Foundation website at www.ScholarshipsFrederickCounty.com.
Students about to complete their senior year of high school, students already enrolled in a trade school, college or university, and non-traditional students over the age of 21 are eligible to apply. Scholarship criteria are established by the scholarship funds’ founding donors. Some scholarships do not consider financial need. All students are encouraged to apply.
FREDERICK, MD – July 27, 2018: The first scholarships from The George D. Ford, Jr. and Barbara S. Ford Scholarship Fund have been presented to nine students. The fund is one of more than 690 component funds of The Community Foundation of Frederick County and was established through Mrs. Ford’s estate for students pursuing careers in education. Pictured, front row, from left: Alyssa Eby, Therese Klein, and Katelyn Orzechowski. Back row, from left: Emma Bernardoni, Emily Frocke, Jennifer Dinterman, Kimberly Hellman, and Kevin Hessler, Community Foundation Chairman. Not pictured is Hayley Meunier and Abigail Stitley. For the 2018-19 academic year, the Community Foundation has provided more than $1 million for post-secondary and vocational training.
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