Monday, February 13, 2006

Construction Trades Scholarship Applicants Sought

I got this in the mail from a friend, Jay Drick. He asked me to post this on the site.

"Construction Trades Scholarship Applicants Sought"


For the ninth straight year, the J. Ralph Drick Scholarship Trust seeks applicants for two scholarships to a Livingston County area boy and/or girl to be trained in the construction trades such as carpentry, masonry, plumbing, electrical, etc. The two scholarships are in honor of J. Ralph Drick, who taught High School mathematics in East Aurora, New York for over 45 years. Applications shall be obtained during business hours (Monday through Friday) at the Law Office of Jay R Drick, 528 West Grand River, Howell, Michigan, 48843, or by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope. Prior winners can re-apply for subsequent years.

The application by the candidate must be re-delivered to Jay R Drick, 528 West Grand River, Howell, Michigan 48843, by 12:00 noon, April 14, 2006.

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