09

Nov

Saginaw High School Class of 2001 – Four-Year College Scholarship

The Saginaw High School Class of 2001 had a desire to give back to the community. Through the creation of this scholarship, that dream has been fulfilled. During the time of our secondary education, we lost four fellow Trojan classmates who had their dreams cut short: Dontay Boyd (1998), Steve Johnson (1999), Erica Davis (2001)

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09

Nov

Saginaw High School Class of 2001 – Two-Year College/Vocational Program Scholarship

The Saginaw High School Class of 2001 had a desire to give back to the community. Through the creation of this scholarship, that dream has been fulfilled. During the time of our secondary education, we lost four fellow Trojan classmates who had their dreams cut short: Dontay Boyd (1998), Steve Johnson (1999), Erica Davis (2001)

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02

Nov

Five things you need to know about applying for scholarships at Saginaw Community Foundation

The Saginaw Community Foundation administers a variety of scholarship programs for post-secondary education students (community college, university, nontraditional and vocational students). Here are five things you need to know about our application process. Applications for 2017 scholarships are due on Feb. 15, 2017.            1. One application. Hundreds of opportunities. Through our

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28

Oct

Gene and Donna Mallak Memorial Scholarship

  Gene and Donna Mallak believed in the value of an education. Donna attended school to learn how to use the Comptometer, one of the first commercially successful mechanical calculators. With this education, she was able to find employment in the auditing/accounts payable department of Sears, Roebuck & Company for 38 years. Gene had a

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14

Oct

Yellow Dog Studio Memorial Scholarship

The Yellow Dog Studios Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Mari Zimmerman-Thompson and Christopher Thompson. Mari and Chris became husband and wife in May of 2002. They lived their remaining years together as kindred spirits until July 2, 2015 when a tragic automobile accident took them from their family and friends.   Mari was

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30

Jul

John and Florence Goll Scholarship

The John and Florence Goll Scholarship was established in 1955 as a perpetual fund to be administered by First Congregational Church. Frances Goll Mills established the scholarship to honor her parents, John and Florence Goll, members of First Congregational Church. Qualifications to be considered for the Goll Scholarship include the financial need of the student,

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16

Jun

Carrie B. Hines Endowment Scholarship

Carrie B. Hines was born March 2, 1937 in Selma, Ala. She is the mother of Booker, Virginia, Herman and Sonny Hines. Carrie was married to Henry Hines for 48 years. She was an entrepreneur who spent many years selling Watkins Products. Carrie was a member of the United Missionary Baptist Church of Saginaw where

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05

Jun

“The Birdman” Donald R. McGee

Donald R. McGee Memorial Scholarship Don “The Birdman” McGee was Saginaw’s first pilot, making the first flight ever over the city on August 21, 1915. He took off from Merrill that morning and 20 minutes after take-off, landed in a field near Gratiot, before resuming his flight that then carried him over the city.  

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29

May

Sherrill L. Smith Music Scholarship

Biography to come  

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23

Apr

St. Charles Community Foundation Scholarship

Established in 2015, the St. Charles Community Foundation Scholarship will provide an opportunity for St. Charles High School graduating seniors to advance their post-graduate training. The scholarship will offer tuition-only support for as many senior graduates from St. Charles High School as can be monetarily funded.  

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