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Fanwood PBA – Athletic Scholarship Applications Still Being Accepted

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FANWOOD, NJ -- The Fanwood Police Benevolent Association awards scholarships annually to two deserving graduating senior athletes, male & female. The amount of each scholarship will not be less than $250.00 each.
 
To be eligible for consideration, applicants must reside in Fanwood, have been members of a varsity team sport at SPFHS, and have a 3.0 average or higher with plans to continue their education at a two or four-year college or its equivalent.
 
 
Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of service to your team(s), school and community as well as sportsmanship in athletics. All applicants, including current scholarship recipients and students attending college or other programs, must submit the following: 
  • A one-page essay describing contributions (not just athletic achievements) and how they benefitted the SPFHS athletic community, as well as how the athlete benefitted from involvement in sports.
  • Recommendations from teachers and coaches.
  • Applicants should return the Authorization for Release of Transcript form to the Counseling office
No submission of financial information is necessary. Application and essay addressed to: Fanwood PBA Local 123, Sgt. Frank Marrero, Scholarship Chairperson, 75 North Martine Ave., Fanwood, NJ 07023. Deadline for submission: May 18, 2015.
 

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