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FREDERICK, MD – August 6, 2018: Colton Clingerman, a young man who always had a hug and smile for everyone he met, is being honored and remembered by family and friends though The Colton Clingerman Memorial Scholarship Fund established by his mother, Jennifer Clingerman, and his grandparents, Bertram and Virginia Edmonston. The fund becomes one of more than 690 component funds managed by The Community Foundation of Frederick County.
Colton, age 15 and a freshman at Catoctin High School, was known for his love of sports and the outdoors. He was a member of the high school’s golf and track teams, and also participated in kayaking, swimming, and biking. He was active with Brook Hill United Methodist Church youth group where his faith grew.
Post-secondary scholarships in Colton’s name will be presented to graduates of Catoctin High School, with preference to students who participated in track and golf. These scholarships will help establish Colton’s legacy of giving and kindness for which he was known.
To make a secure, online donation to the fund, visit www.FrederickCountyGives.org/Clingerman. Checks made payable to The Community Foundation of Frederick County may be mailed to 312 East Church Street, Frederick, Maryland, 21701, with the name of the specific fund on the memo line. All donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
The Glenn E. and Helen H. Biehl Charitable Fund has been established with The Community Foundation of Frederick County. The fund becomes one of more than 690 funds under management. The fund will provide grants to Evangelical Lutheran Church and Frederick Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Biehl were well-known residents of Frederick County. Mr. Biehl served as president and chairman of the board of Frederick County National Bank, and was a member of the Rotary Club of Frederick. Mrs. Biehl was active in the community, volunteering with the Frederick Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Frederick Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, and Carroll Manor Grange. They will be remembered forever for their service and generosity.
FREDERICK, MD – July 6, 2018: In memory of a young man who was a selfless servant of his community, The Kristopher Fielding Lewis Memorial Fund has been established with The Community Foundation of Frederick County. The fund becomes one of more than 690 funds under management. Kristopher Lewis was an ocean rescue specialist, volunteer firefighter and emergency medical responder in Corolla, North Carolina, and was responsible for saving many lives. He was a beloved son, brother, and friend, and will be remembered for his devotion to helping those in need. The fund will provide grants to support life guard training and support services and/or scholarships to deserving students.
The Colleen M. Remsberg Memorial Fund has been established through estate provisions with The Community Foundation of Frederick County and becomes one of more than 690 funds under management. The fund will provide grants to The Mount Olivet Preservation and Enhancement Fund to assist in the maintenance of Mt. Olivet Cemetery and Key Memorial Chapel; Historical Society of Frederick County, Inc. for the maintenance of properties owned by the Historical Society; Evangelical Lutheran Church in Frederick, Maryland for facility maintenance, and The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center for operational support. Mrs. Remsberg was well-known for her love of history, historic preservation, and art, and her legacy continues through this fund.
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.
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