Prepare for college with AWC Quality Communities Scholarship

Bonney Lake is offering the chance for soon-to-be graduating high schoolers to earn a $1,000 scholarship for continuing their education.

  • Thursday, January 12, 2017 9:10am
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Bonney Lake is offering the chance for soon-to-be graduating high schoolers to earn a $1,000 scholarship for continuing their education.

The Quality Communities Scholarship program, put on by the Association of Washington Cities, is an annual scholarship made available to seniors in Bonney Lake.

Eligible students must be set to graduate high school, complete home school, or receive their GED this spring or summer, as well as live within the city limits and plan to attend an accredited college next year.

Applicants are encouraged to have been involved in their city government or with a school or community leadership activity.

More details about the scholarship are available online at www.citybonneylake.org/community or www.cfqc.org. Applications must be completed by Feb. 24, 2017, and mailed to the city of Bonney Lake; Attention: Melissa Johnson; 9002 Main St. E., Suite 125; Bonney Lake, 98391.

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