P.O. Box 141, Brewster, NY 10509

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The Emerald Association Scholarships are awarded each year to graduating high school students who are planning to continue their education at a college, university or approved business school. The candidates must be sons, daughters, grandsons or granddaughters of members of The Emerald Association of Putnam County. Please complete the Application and return to Nuala Donnelly (845-278-8960).

Guidelines for the $600 Emerald Scholarship:

Candidates who meet all the guidelines may participate in the scholarship lottery, but only 6 will be chosen.

The drawing will take place at the April general membership meeting.

Candidate’s name must be submitted by a member in good standing, dues must be paid by March 31st of current year.

Candidate’s representative must be a member for the last 2 calendar years.

Member must have attended a minimum of 4 meetings each year. (Attendance Sign-In required.)

Candidate must be represented at the drawing by herself/himself or the representative listed above.

The proceeds of the scholarship will be paid upon successful completion of the 1st semester and submission of proof (College Transcript/report card) to the scholarship administrator.

Candidates or members of their family are required to help at the annual Feis held each May and demonstrate a history of participation in events that promote “Irish Culture”* or participate in Community Service during Middle and High School. (Min 10 hrs)

Completed application must be received by the Scholarship Administrator, Nuala Donnelly at or before the March meeting.

*Gaelic football, hurling, Irish step dancing, musical instrument or other Irish traditional activity.

Good Luck

Nuala Donnelly, Scholarship Administrator