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Fountaintown Gas Co., Inc. Scholarship

Applicants for this award must be a graduating senior of an accredited public, private, or parochial high school, live within the primary service area of Fountaintown Gas Co., Inc., and have a parent or grandparent who has also been a customer of Fountaintown Gas Co., Inc., for a minimum of 36 consecutive months. They must also have a GPA between 2.5 and 3.5 on a 4.0 scale, and plan to pursue an accredited degree or certification at a post-secondary institution. Recipients will be chosen based on the motivation to create a successful station in life and use their unique talents to define their future endeavors; the ability to balance diverse activities such as community involvement, academic pursuits, extra-curricular activities, and/or employment, and financial need.

Mr. Wortman, President of Fountaintown Gas Co., Inc., believes that individuals who possess vision are essential to the survival of small towns across American, and in 2010, he created the Fountaintown Gas Co., Inc., Scholarship to provide educational benefit to students, served by the gas company, who strive to attain a vocational, two - or four- year college education.

Bob Wortman and his family consider this new scholarship an investment in the future.

Kailey Hardwick
Fountaintown Gas Company Winner 2017
Morristown High School

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If you are interested in applying for this scholarship, please visit the website of Hancock Community Foundation or visit your high school guidance counselor to learn more about the scholarship.

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