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GBCF My Hometown Scholarship has successful debut

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Braeden Corman

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                 It was a first for the Golden Belt Community Foundation (GBCF) but it appears it won’t be the last. The debut of the My Hometown Scholarship Contest was a great success and the GBCF plans to offer it again in the future, said Sue Cooper, program officer.

            Applicants from Barton, Pawnee, Rush and Stafford counties were asked to submit a 30- to 60-second video explaining “What makes my hometown great?”

            “The encouraging feedback from the community and the scholarship review committee indicates we will offer this opportunity again next year,” Cooper said. “Our social media traffic soared when we ...


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