QCGC

2018 SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Please contact Lucile Anderson (librarlcc@aol.com), Scholarship Chair with any questions regarding the 2018 Scholarship Award.

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The Quiet Corner Garden Club gives an annual scholarship to a senior high student who lives in or attends school or is home-schooled in the Quiet Corner of CT, and has been accepted to a college majoring in agriculture, landscape design, horticulture, or other environmental sciences.

2018 Quiet Corner Garden Club’s $1,000 Scholarship

The 2018 Quiet Corner Garden Club $1,000 Scholarship will be awarded to a high school student who lives in the Quiet Corner, has been accepted to a college majoring in agriculture, landscape design, horticulture, or other environmental sciences.                

This scholarship will be awarded based on a combination of academic achievement, leadership qualities, community service, letter of recommendation and the student’s essay.

Applications are available at high school guidance offices, local libraries, or
via our website: quietcornergardenclub.org. You may also contact us via our email QCgardenclub@gmail.com with questions or concerns. Be sure to put Scholarship Application in the subject of any email.

Applications must be received no later than May 4, 2018. Please mail the completed application and required attachments to: Quiet Corner Garden Club, c/o Scholarship Application, P.O. Box 1004, Woodstock, CT 06281.

By May 15, applicants will be notified whether or not they have been chosen. The winner and his/her family will be invited to attend a dinner celebration in June.

The Quiet Corner Garden Club will have its annual Plant Sale this year on Saturday, May 12, 2018, from 9 am to 2 pm in the Agricultural Building on the Woodstock Fairgrounds, 281 CT-169, Woodstock, CT 06281. Proceeds from the annual Plant Sale support this scholarship, community events and a wide variety of educational presentations. Please join us for this unique and exciting plant sale!

In addition to the completed application, the applicant should provide:

The application deadline is May 2, 2018. Only applications received on or before that deadline are considered. Applications will not be returned. Please contact Lucile Anderson (librarlcc@aol.com), Scholarship Chair, regarding the 2018 Scholarship Award.

Please return completed applications and all related documents to:

The Quiet Corner Garden Club
c/o Scholarship Application
PO Box 1004
Woodstock, CT 06281

This scholarship will be awarded to a high school senior who lives in the Quiet Corner and has been accepted to a college majoring in agriculture, landscape design, horticulture or other environmental science. This scholarship will be awarded based on a combination of academic achievement, leadership qualities, community service, a letter of recommendation and the student’s essay.

Applications are also available at high school guidance offices, local libraries, or via email at qcgardenclub@gmail.com. “Scholarship Application” should be in the subject line.

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QUIET CORNER GARDEN CLUB AWARDED $1,000 SCHOLARSHIP IN 2017

Each year, the Quiet Corner Garden Club awards a $1,000 scholarship 2017 QCGC Scholarship Winnerto an area senior who has been accepted to a college and will be majoring in horticulture, environmental science, farming, or a related field. The application process also includes the applicant writing a personal statement why he/she has chosen this area of study. Other information asked for includes a letter of recommendation, a listing of academic achievements, community service, extracurricular activities, as well as volunteer and work experience. The winner and his/her family are invited to a private dinner party given by the Quiet Corner Garden Club which is held in June. The winner is the guest of honor and will receive the award at that time.

The Quiet Corner Garden Club is excited to announce its 2017 scholarship winner! Based on a combination of the criteria listed above, Elizabeth J. Antonelli is this year's winner! She is a student at Homelife Academy and Killingly High School's Regional Agricultural Center. She meets and exceeds all aspects of the criteria requested.

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SOME PAST QCGC/Woodstock Garden Club SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS