Athol Gamble Memorial Scholarship

 

Scholarship Information

 
1918 Chippewa River  Athol Gamble far right 
This scholarship supports Fulton High School graduates in pursuit of post-secondary education. 
 
Athol grew up in Maple Rapids.  She went to CMU in 1918 for teacher training (a 10-12 week course to be able to teach in country schools).  She later continued her education and became a teacher in the Detroit area in the 1940's.
 

Scholarship Criteria

 

·         Must be a graduating senior of Fulton High School;

·         Previous recipient of this scholarship (may reapply with no preference);

·         Must demonstrate financial need;

·         Must demonstrate academic achievement;

·         Must demonstrate service to school, community, and home;

·         High moral character; and

·         Submission of a completed application with all necessary attachments on a timely basis.

 

One scholarship available for as much as $1,200.

 

 

Scholarship Recipients

 

2020
Jessalyn Feighner
Fulton High School

 

Previous Recipients

 
2018
Kylie Slavik

2017
Kaylin Davis

2016
Jenna Wolfe

2015
Bohdan Hartman
 

 

Señora Kaufmann Memorial Scholarship

 
   

The Señora Kaufmann Memorial Scholarship was established in November 2020 by the family of Sally Kaufmann to honor her decades of service to teaching and continue her legacy in foreign language and education.  Señora Kaufmann’s passion for teaching Spanish and Hispanic culture, along with her special gift for connecting with her students and colleagues, made her a beloved educator.

Sally Kaufmann was dedicated to helping students further their education, achieve their goals, and literally explore the world.  She was a loyal confidant to countless students with whom she shared her wisdom and listened to their dreams. It is her family’s hope that the Señora Kaufmann Memorial Scholarship will assist Alma High School and other Gratiot County students pursue their passion in foreign language, travel, and international studies. 

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