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Posted on by Jesika EllisGibson County, Indiana The Gibson County Community Foundation has announced that Andrew Smith is the recipient of the 2019 Gibson County Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship. The scholarship provides full-tuition, required fees, and an annual stipend of up to $900 for required books and equipment for four years of full-time undergraduate study leading to a baccalaureate degree. Andrew is the son of Michael and Brenda Smith of Haubstadt. He is a senior at Gibson Southern High School and plans to study […]Read More
Posted on by Jesika EllisGibson County, Indiana This year, donors to the Gibson County Community Foundation are again making scholarship awards available through the Foundation’s Community Scholarship Program. “Many foundation donors have honored their loved ones, high schools, or professions by endowing scholarship opportunities through the Foundation,” says John Campbell, the Foundation’s Regional Director of Community Engagement and Impact. […]Read More
Posted on by Jesika EllisGibson County, Indiana At a November 27 event held at the Patoka United Methodist Church, the Gibson County Community Foundation announced $61,865 in grant awards to charitable organizations benefiting Gibson County. The grants were made possible by generous donors to 14 different field of interest and unrestricted funds held by the Foundation. Organizations that were […]Read More