|109 Board announces scholarships for adults|
The Pendleton County 109 Solid Waste Management Board is happy to announce the sixth year in offering $500 scholarships that will be awarded to a nontraditional adult student September 2014.
A nontraditional student is an adult that is currently attending college or plans to attend college during the fall/spring 2014 semester.
Although, the 109 Board continues to support high school scholarships, the 109 Board wants to support adults returning to college.
GED graduates are encouraged to apply. Previous recipients are not eligible to reapply. The criteria and applications are available through the local Adult Education Office at 654-3325 Ext. 2601. The deadline for submitting this scholarship is August 15, 2014.