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Posted on by Jesika EllisGibson County, Indiana−The Gibson County Community Foundation has extended the application deadline to April 4, 2019 for five scholarships administered by the Foundation. The Arts Council of Gibson County Scholarship is an annual scholarship created by the Arts Council of Gibson County to benefit graduating seniors of Gibson County high schools pursuing advanced education in the fields of art, drama,or music. From 1991 to 2007, the Arts Council of Gibson County fulfilled its mission of encouraging, assisting, coordinating, and promoting cultural arts activities in Gibson County by providing ”Informances” and clinics for all Gibson County students in grades K-12. $750 is available. The George and Dorothy Eykamp Scholarship (Junior College or State-Supported Technical College Award) is an annual renewable scholarship created […]Read More
Posted on by Jesika EllisGibson County, Indiana−The Betty Ann McCullough Education Seminar and Convocation Grant Program, the Betty Ann McCullough Enrichment Project Grant Program, and the Betty Ann McCullough Teaching Achievement Grant Program are each now accepting applications. The deadline is April 4, 2019. The 3 grant programs are administered by the Gibson County Community Foundation. Betty Ann McCullough was an educator for the North Gibson School Corporation for more than 40 years and a […]Read More
Posted on by Jesika EllisGibson County, Indiana−The Women’s Fund of Gibson County, a fund of the Gibson County Community Foundation, is now seeking applicants for charitable projects or activities aimed at improving the quality of life for Gibson County families. Funding requests of up to $2,000 are being accepted through April 4. The program or project for which funding […]Read More