Elizabeth Stevens 4-H Education Scholarship

In honor of Morning Glories founding member Elizabeth Stevens, Morning Glories Homemaker Club is pleased to sponsor this education scholarship, available to Crittenden County 4-H'ers.  The scholarship is in the amount of $150, and is awarded to the most qualified present or former 4-Her up to the age of 25.

Elizabeth Stevens was a long-time resident of the Crayne community who passed away March 21, 2007.  She was a charter member of the Morning Glories Club in 1972.  This group of women first got together because of their involvement with the 4-H program.  For many years, Mrs. Stevens was the club leader for the Crayne Crew and served on the 4-H Advisory Council.  This scholarship was created in the spirit of her dedication to 4-H, respect for the benefits of good education, and the belief in the potential all youth have.

To be eligible, you must be a high school senior or graduate 25 years old or younger who has been active in the Crittenden County 4-H program.  The award can be used toward any post-secondary school expenses, which can include either college or trade school.  You may apply and receive the award more than one time. The award will be delivered upon proof of completion of any term of the current school year.

This scholarship is open for application in April of every year and presented in May.  Please contact the Crittenden County 4-H Agent for application information.

Nancy D Hunt Extension Homemaker Scholarship

Annually the Nancy D Hunt Extension Homemaker Scholarship is awarded to a graduating Senior from Crittenden County in the amount of $500.  The scholarship is awarded to anyone who has completed at least one Family & Consumer Science class during high school.  Application's and more informations is avaiable by contacting the CCHS guidance counselor.