MUSKINGUM COUNTY, OHIO (WHIZ) - The Muskingum County Community Foundation says the deadline for more than $60,000 worth of scholarships is tomorrow, April 1st. Any students interested in applying can visit MCCF between 4 P.M. And 7 P.M. today and tomorrow to turn in applications or get assistance applying.
Money is available to better your education. The Muskingum County Community Foundation has thousands of scholarship dollars to give away this year.
April first is the deadline for 11 scholarship applications. Both high school seniors and students already enrolled in college can apply. Director of educational services at the Community Foundation, Heather Sands, said the scholarships aren't just for the 4.0 students.
"Some of [the scholarships] have like 2.5 GPA requirement,...
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March Madness continues for basketball fans, but here locally, a different kind of March Madness is taking place.
This one is geared toward any and all students looking to further their education. The Muskingum County Community Foundation and Scholarship Central have extended hours for walk-ins between 4PM and 7PM Monday through Thursday. Director of Educational Services, Heather Sands told us about some of the things they can help students with.
The Community Youth Foundation wants you to apply for their grant competition.
The grant has been given out for 3 years now and is open to all non-profits in Muskingum County. Director of Donor Services and Community Youth Foundation (CYF) Advisor, Juliet Lacy told us how much the grant is worth.
"The first year, 2013 we were able to award $1250. We were able to bring that up to $1500 last year and this year, CYF has been very successful in their fundraising efforts and so...
The Muskingum County Community Foundation held their annual Groundhog Day Celebration Friday.
It was held at the Zane State, Ohio University Zanesville Campus Center in celebration of the foundation's 30th anniversary and to help get the community through the dead of winter. We spoke to CEO Brian Wagner who explains who all the event benefits.
"The money that's raised goes toward our spring grant competition. So the dollars that come in are going right back out into the...
As of 7:30 A.M. Muskingum and Perry Counties are under a Level One Snow Emergency.
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MUSKINGUM COUNTY, OHIO (WHIZ) - The Muskingum County Sheriff's Department continues to search for Most Wanted Suspect, 26-year-old Justin Allen Alexander. He's wanted on a charge of burglary with a fire arm specification and repeat violent offender specification,...
This Friday the Masonic Temple ballroom was filled with food, music, and mingling for a surprise retirement party.
Many Zanesville locals came out to celebrate the retirement of Dr. David Mitzel who was formally the Muskingum County Community Foundation CEO. Mitzel was a pillar in the community bringing in millions of dollars in assets for the foundation, and dedicating over 20 years of his life to the position.
"He took the foundation from an organization that had about...