A dream remains a dream until someone steps up to the plate and makes the dream come true. How many of us take it for granted that we be hunting
Nancy Caskey, left and Connie Amendola on the right , members of the Women Who Care events committee, recently met to assemble door prize baskets for their up coming meeting.
By Amy Cherry Staff Writer for The Daily Press 2010 has proven to be a benchmark year for the Elk County Community Foundation. In addition to celebrating their 10th anniversary
Recently, the Joseph A. Williams Medical Scholarship was awarded to Tim Vollmer of St. Marys, by the Elk County Community Foundation. Tim is the son of John and Patty Volmer
Recently Famers National Bank presented a $2,500 check to the Elk County Community Foundation. These funds will be included in the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC) which then will
Dr. Inez Stewart Bull was a woman of many interests and talents. Chief among her passions were music, music education and Norwegian-American relations, revolving primarily around her distant cousin, the world-famous violinist Ole Bull. The applicant must be pursuing a degree in the music field at any accredited college with a music department. Preference would be given to piano majors, but if one is not available other music majors will be eligible. Preference would be given to a student who has played in the Ole Bull Music Festival and/or the summer awards concert in New York City. One scholarship will be given annually.
To qualify for this scholarship, you must be a graduate from a high school in Potter, Tioga, Elk, McKean, Cameron or Clinton County. Financial need is an important criteria for this scholarship and the applicant must be pursuing a degree in the music field.