J. Robert Brown
This is a New Castle Rotary #89 sponsored
scholarship created to honor the memory of J. Robert
Brown (AKA Doc Brown) a well-known Lawrence County
veterinarian, greatly loved community citizen, and
life-long member of Rotary #89.
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Rotary District 7280 will be awarding two
$5,000 academic scholarships to college students who
have completed their sophomore, junior, or senior year.
The scholarships may be used either for tuition, a
junior year study abroad program, or post graduate
studies. To receive a District 7280 scholarship, the
student must be in good academic standing, reside in
District 7280, and receive the endorsement of their
local Rotary club.
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Global grants may be used to provide
funding for academic studies provided that they:
graduate-level study that relates to one or more of
the areas of focus
studies for a term of one to four academic years
Sponsor the academic studies of an individual
traveling from the international sponsor district to
the host sponsor district.
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2014 Rotary Peace
The challenges of the 21st century
require people skilled in the art of diplomacy,
mediation and conflict resolution. The Rotary World
Peace Fellowship program was developed to meet the need
for well-educated international leaders..
Rotary is seeking non-Rotarian professionals interested
in expanding their knowledge of peace building, conflict
resolution, and mediation. Each year, Rotary selects up
to 110 fellows to study for a masterís degree or a
Interested individuals can view eligibility requirements
and application information on the attached documents or
Rotary Club #89, P. O. Box 1740, New Castle, PA 16103
Meets 12:10PM Mondays @ The Confluence, 214 E
Washington St, New Castle, PA 16101