AHSD student aid fund continues to grow

First Posted: 2/29/2012

For 60 years, residents of the Abington Heights School District community and civic-minded friends have contributed more than $440,000 to the Abington Heights Student Aid Fund. Last year the group was able to provide graduates with scholarships and loans totaling over $25,000.

Eligible Abington Heights High School seniors are encouraged by the group to complete and submit an application to the Abington Heights Student Aid Fund for financial assistance. Applications are available online at www.AHSAF.org.

The Abington Heights Student Aid Fund is a 501 C(3) charitable organization that administers scholarships given by community organizations and institutions, and helps individuals who want to establish memorial or family scholarships. Interest-free loans may also be awarded and students are eligible to reapply for these loans throughout the duration of their education.

Contributions can be sent to: Jim Gavigan, Treasurer, P.O. Box 135, Clarks Summit, Pa 18411. Checks are to be made payable to: AHSAF.

Pictured above, seated left to right. Student Representatives Sean Corcoran and Bethany Earley. Standing: Treasurer Jim Gavigan, Recording Secretary Karen Voigt, President Marty Wynn, Board Members Colleen Parsells, Sue Burke and Chuck Parry.

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