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Accepting scholarship entries

The Black Forest Arts & Craft Guild has been awarding one deserving high school senior a scholarship every year since 2006. The kickoff in January called for applicants to review guidelines and plan their essay entries for this yearís award.Sally Burr, the scholarship organizer for the guild, said the criterion for applying is based on geographic area, academics and community service. ìThey must live within the parameters outlined in the application,î Burr said. It is based on academic competence, as well as how involved the student is in the community and school.î The student must have plans to enroll in any type of college following graduation. ìPPCC, a university, trade school, just some form of higher education,î she said.Funded by the guild members, as well as proceeds from two annual art shows, the scholarship awarded is typically $1,000. This year, applicants will provide a 600-word essay on the following topic: ìAt this time, what do you plan to do with your education and how will it apply to your lifeís goals?î The application must be postmarked before Friday,†May 2.A panel of guild members will judge the entries and announce the winner later in May.For more information and an application form, visit or contact Sally Burr at 719-491-8819.

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