Scholarship applications available
Applications are being accepted for the $1,000 Latrobe Business Professional Women's Fall Student Scholarship.
The scholarship provides assistance to female high school students in the Greater Latrobe or Derry Area school districts who exhibit excellence in a well-rounded educational extracurricular program.
The scholarship criteria and applications are available by contacting Karen Mowry at email@example.com or 724-537-8468.
Scholarship candidates can follow this link to the application on the Latrobe BPW website: http://www.greenlizzy.com/BPW/scholar_std_fall.doc
Applications must be postmarked by Aug. 31.
Rogers Center, Jamison Farm to hold fundraiser
The Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children's Media at St. Vincent College will join forces with the Jamison Farm near Crabtree to present the third annual Ewe Are Special dinner on Sept. 29.
John and Sukey Jamison will open their 210-acre farm for an evening of friendship and culinary delights featuring locally grown and raised natural food prepared by regionally and nationally acclaimed chefs.
Chris Fennimore of QED Cooks will be master of ceremonies and the chefs will include Greg Andrews of The Supper Club in Greensburg; Donato Coluccio of Donato's in Pittsburgh; Rick Laskie of Parkhurst Dining Services at St. Vincent College; as well as some chefs from Atlanta and Washington, D.C. The six course menu will feature Jamison Farm's internationally renowned lamb products.
The event will begin with a tour of the Fred M. Rogers Center on the campus of St. Vincent College and continue with an open-air dinner at the Jamisons' farm. Wine and cheese pairings are planned and a silent auction will be held during the cocktail hour.
Tickets are $250 per person and reservations can be made by calling 724 805-2750.
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