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Pennsylvania school districts in line for awards

January 29, 2012

GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Mountain View Reclamation and Waste Management of Pennsylvania, in cooperation with the Citizens Advisory Committee of Antrim and Montgomery Townships, invites high school seniors who are residents of the Greencastle-Antrim School District or Montgomery Township to apply for a one-time scholarship award. 

A maximum of $5,000 for students from each area has been reserved for the scholarship.

Awards totaling $5,000 will be distributed to high school seniors from Greencastle-Antrim School District and $5,000 in awards will be distributed to high school seniors from Montgomery Township. 

The number of awards, and the amount of the individual scholarship award, will be decided by a selection committee.

All high school seniors who are residents of the Greencastle-Antrim School District or residents of Montgomery Township, regardless of the school that they attend, are eligible for consideration.

The scholarship may be used by the recipient to fund any type of post-secondary study, including one post-secondary course (this includes technical and vocational programs), a two-year program or a traditional four-year program.

Deadline for submission of all materials is April 6.

All materials, including personal recommendations, must be postmarked no later than April 6.

The announcement of the successful applicants will be made at the end-of-the-school-year awards assemblies.

Applications for this scholarship can be obtained at local high schools, or from Cheryl Shields by calling 717-593-9948 or emailing cshield1@wm.com.

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