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Stark County Bluecoats Endowment and Scholarship Fund

  • EST. 1996

The Stark County Bluecoats organization was established many years ago to financially aid and assist spouses and dependent children of members of the safety forces in Stark County who have lost their lives or become incapacitated in the line of duty. The fund has grown to a level that will also enable the Bluecoats to recommend awards from fund income of scholarships for safety force members or their dependents.

Stark County Dairy Promoters Scholarship Fund

  • EST. 1990

Students from Stark County who are pursuing college level study in the fields of dairy science, large animal veterinary medicine, human nutrition, or food science are eligible for this scholarship. An advisory committee of three local volunteers from these fields of work recommends the recipients.

Theodore M. II and Marilyn J. Stults Scholarship Fund

  • EST. 1999

This fund provides scholarship awards for post-secondary education to high school graduates who are children of current or deceased employees of Buckeye Nutrition. Applicants must have one parent with at least one year of employment with Buckeye and be high school graduates pursuing a full-time course of study for a bachelor’s or associate’s degree.

Jeffrery Tyler Sweitzer Wrestling Memorial Scholarship Fund

Jeffrery Tyler Sweitzer Wrestling Memorial Scholarship Fund

  • EST. 2001

The family of Jeffrery Tyler Sweitzer established this scholarship fund in their son and brother’s memory to benefit students in the wrestling program at Hoover High School, West Liberty University in West Virginia or students in any wrestling program in Stark County High Schools or YMCA benefiting high school students.

Timothy S. Sweterlitsch Memorial Scholarship Fund

Timothy S. Sweterlitsch Memorial Scholarship Fund

  • EST. 1994

Donor Charles A. “Chip” Paquelet created this memorial in honor of his friend Timothy S. Sweterlitsch. Income from this fund is distributed as a scholarship award to a graduate of Washington High School in Massillon, Ohio. Awardees must epitomize the personal traits exhibited by Timothy during his life, namely good academic accomplishment, good athletic ability and good moral and personal characteristics.

Tim Triner Letter Carriers Scholarship Fund

Tim Triner Letter Carriers Scholarship Fund

  • EST. 2001

This fund was created by the National Association of Letter Carriers’ Hall of Fame Branch No. 238 to honor Tim Triner, longtime volunteer and supporter of the branch’s special fundraisers. Scholarships will assist children and grandchildren of members who have been accepted into a college, university or technical training program.

Norman J. Tschantz, Walter C. Deuble and Dominic J. Bagnoli, Jr. Caddie Scholarship Fund

Norman J. Tschantz, Walter C. Deuble and Dominic J. Bagnoli, Jr. Caddie Scholarship Fund

  • EST. 1995

Congress Lake Club and members of the Club established a scholarship fund to memorialize long-time members Norman J. Tschantz and Walter C. Deuble and honor Dr. Dominic J. Bagnoli, Jr. for his commitment and support. Income is used to make scholarship grants to deserving students who have worked at least one year as a caddie there, including the summer preceding their first application for a scholarship. The Board of the Congress Lake Club appoints the Selection Committee.

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Rooted in research, this report outlines why Stark County needs to intentionally work together to coordinate efforts and target resources to reduce child poverty.

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