Rich Ramm Scholarship applications being accepted
Applications are now being accepted for the Rich Ramm Memorial Scholarship until May 3rd. A scholarship in the amount of $1,200 will be given to a graduating senior from any Clinton County School or Jersey Shore Area School District (must be a Clinton County Resident). The scholarship is also available for present full-time college students. The student must be entered in or have been accepted into an accredited program in the field of agriculture. The scholarship will be awarded in whole, or in the event of a tie, the amount will be split between the winners.
Primary consideration will be given to those students who have continued to successfully challenge themselves throughout their academic years as indicated by course choice, grades, leadership, outside extracurricular activities and work experience. The essay required for the application will carry high importance in determining the recipient of this scholarship. Activities, awards and recognitions listed on the application also will be considered.
This scholarship fund has been established in memory of a local farmer, Rich Ramm, who died in 1992. Ramm was an agronomy graduate and a strong supporter of conservation. His friends have donated money for this perpetual fund, administered through the Clinton County Conservation District and the Clinton County Community Foundation.
Applications are available from the Clinton County Conservation District and from school guidance counselors. Deadline for applications is May 3. The award will be announced the first week of June.
Completed applications must be submitted to: Clinton County Conservation District, 45 Cooperation Lane, Mill Hall, PA 17751.
For more information, contact Mary Ann Bower at 726-3798.
West Branch School to hold open house
West Branch School will host a series of open houses in which the public is invited to tour the school and to talk to parents, teachers, and students.
The dates for the events are April 13th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and April 17th from 9 a.m. to noon. Registration is not necessary for any of the open house dates.
"From the flexible curriculum that bends to each student's needs, to the field trips and community outreach programs, West Branch truly is about developing the whole child. More than anything, as an involved parent, I sincerely appreciate being able to approach any of the teachers for any reason, any time," said Beth McKelvey, parent.
West Branch School is a private, state-licensed, non-sectarian school serving grades K-6, located in Newberry at 755 Moore Ave. The school maintains a low student-teacher ratio to ensure success in academic, social and emotional development. High standards, multiple and varied settings and parental involvement are hallmarks of a West Branch education. Children are challenged and succeed at their skill level, regardless of age. Come discover why West Branch School is right for your family.
For more information, call 323-5498 or email email@example.com.
Mansfield to Hold 'Visit Day'
MANSFIELD - Prospective students and their parents are invited to Mansfield University for "Visit Day" on Friday.
Participants also will be able to tour campus, including the North Hall Library and the new residence halls.
Admissions counselors, faculty members and current students will be available to talk about MU's undergraduate programs, financial aid, club activities and campus life.
For more information, or to register, visit admis sions.mansfield.edu, call 800-577-6826 or 662-4243 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lycoming College education students participate in science fair
Lycoming College education students recently participated in a Title I science fair at Central Elementary School in South Williamsport.
The students were Esther Brennan, Williamsport; Caitlin DeAngelo, Reading; Sara Griggs, Downey, Calif.; Breann Grzankowski, Lebanon, N.J.; Olivia Hanner, Montoursville; Jennifer Harbora, Cherry Hill, N.J.; Kat Hennessy, Sussex, N.J.; Taylor Kendra, Sellersville; Jessy Lepper, Canton; Katie Lord, Kingston; Casey Maguire, Egg Harbor, N.J.; Erin McKernan, Williamsport; Alexis Naugle, Selinsgrove; Melanie Shepheard, Williamsport; Karissa Stoops, Orangeburg, N.Y.; Audrey Thomas, Curwensville; Kasey Uppling, Montoursville; Jessika Van Sciver, Riverside, N.J.
Together, the students came up with science experiments to help the elementary school students and their families see and explore science in new and exciting ways.
"The night proved to be an enjoyable and mind-opening experience," Stoops said.
Kelchner Fitness Center hosting yoga instructor classes
MANSFIELD - The Kelchner Fitness Center (KFC) at Mansfield University will host yoga instructor certification classes April 19, 20 and 21.
The April 19 class is for YogaFit level one certification.
Classes on April 20 and 21 are for YogaFit level two certification.
For more information and to register, email email@example.com or call 888-786-3111.
For more information on the KFC, go to mans field.edu/kfc.