Scholarship opportunity for graduates of Lincoln Community High School and Mt. Pulaski High School
Shelter Insurance Foundation and Corey Leonard Sponsor Local High School Scholarships

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[March 11, 2023]   This spring, the Shelter Insurance Foundation will award $1,500 scholarships to a graduate of Lincoln High School and Mount Pulaski High School. Shelter Agent Corey Leonard sponsors and partially funds these scholarships.

Committees of local high school officials and community leaders will select the local recipients. The committees will consider each applicants’ scholastic achievements, educational goals, citizenship, moral character and participation and leadership in school and community activities. The scholarships are given without regard to race, disability, religion, national origin or gender of applicants. The names of the recipients will be announced at the close of the school year.

The students may apply the scholarship funds toward tuition, fees or campus housing for any course of study beginning the fall after the recipient’s high school graduation and leading to an academic degree at any accredited college or university. The Foundation makes payment directly to the school the recipient selects.

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Applications and additional information about the Shelter Foundation Scholarship will be available in March and should be completed and returned to the school official serving as the selection committee by March 31st. For more information, interested seniors should contact their high school counselor or principal or Shelter Insurance Agent Corey Leonard at 517 Pulaski Street, Lincoln, phone 217/732-4663.

One purpose of the Shelter Insurance Foundation is to fund scholarships within the operating territory of Shelter Insurance. It is sponsored by the Shelter Insurance Companies, headquartered in Columbia, Missouri. Shelter offers auto, home, life, farm and business insurance services via a network of local insurance agents in our operating territory.

[Sandra Oney]


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