Saturday, September 21, 2019

Breakfast for Life 2018

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The Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains administers the Cindi Conaty Memorial Scholarship Fund and is pleased to help spread the word of this annual event.

Jersey Hill Cemetery Creates Endowment

The Jersey Hill Cemetery Association recently established a permanent endowment with The Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains. This endowment will provide annual support to assist with the expenses of maintaining the historic Jersey Hill Cemetery in Auburn Center which is the final resting place of some of the earliest settlers of Susquehanna County. Many of the families with ancestors interred at the cemetery still reside in this area. The Jersey Hill Cemetery Association is comprised of local citizens who volunteer to oversee the care and upkeep of the cemetery. Part of their forethought and long-range plans was to establish this endowment to help ensure proper care for the cemetery for future generations. With this new endowment the Community Foundation now manages more than $600,000 in eight permanent endowments that provide support to six cemeteries in our region to help with their care and maintenance. Additional tax-deductible donations to the Jersey Hill Cemetery Association Fund are always welcome to help increase the support provided for the cemetery’s ongoing expenses. Donations can be sent to The Community Foundation at 270 Lake Avenue Montrose, PA 18801 or made online at www.community-foundation.org.

Tewksbury Scholarship Established for Elk Lake Students

Arden Tewksbury with sons Tim Joe Brad

Arden Tewksbury with his sons Tim, Joe, and Brad

 

The Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains is pleased to announce the formation of the Arden W. Tewksbury Scholarship Fund that will assist graduating seniors from Elk Lake High School. Mr. Tewksbury is a school board member of the Elk Lake School District representing Meshoppen Township since 1961. This new scholarship has been established in his honor by his family and friends to recognize his devotion to Elk Lake and to assist future generations who will continue his tradition.

The Tewksbury Scholarship will be awarded each year to a deserving Elk Lake graduate who writes a winning essay about overcoming personal adversity and who has exhibited a sense of school spirit as exemplified by Mr. Tewksbury. The scholarship award will assist with tuition expenses for college or other post-secondary degree programs.

Additional donations to honor Mr. Tewksbury, and to further assist future generations of deserving Elk Lake students, may be sent to the Arden W. Tewksbury Scholarship Fund at The Community Foundation 270 Lake Avenue, Montrose, PA 18801 or online at www.community-foundation.org.

Vicki Clary Fund Supports WRC

Vicki Clary

 
 
In honor of October being recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, The Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains is pleased to announce that the Vicki Clary Fund for the Prevention
 of Domestic Violence has provided a grant to the Women’s Resource Center to support its Susquehanna County office.  Vicki Clary lived in Bridgewater Township and was killed by her estranged husband in 1999.  In 2004 her friends established this permanent endowment in her honor to assist with the work of the Women’s Resource Center.  Additional donations to the endowment are always welcome and can be sent to The Community Foundation at 270 Lake Avenue Montrose, PA 18801 or made online at www.community-foundation.org.
 
The Women’s Resource Center serves Lackawanna and Susquehanna Counties with the goal of ending domestic and sexual violence through advocacy, education, and social change.  Their services include crisis intervention, safe housing, legal support, and counseling.  More information can be learned at www.wrcnepa.org.
 

Kintner Memorial Scholarship Established

Jeanne Fred Kintner

Jeanne and Fred Kintner

The Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains is pleased to announce the formation of the Fred & Jeanne Kintner Memorial Scholarship. This permanent scholarship endowment has been established by Mr. & Mrs. Kintner’s family. It will provide an annual award to graduating seniors from the Tunkhannock Area High School or the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center who will matriculate at a post-secondary degree program or a trade school.

Both Fred and Jeanne were 1942 graduates of Mehoopany High School and were involved in local civic and business activities their entire lives. They operated a dairy farm for more than forty years and in 1972 Fred founded Kintner Modular Homes, which remains a family run business today. Fred was a member of the Tunkhannock Rotary Club and was recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow. Jeanne served on the Tyler Hospital Auxiliary, and for more than 30 years volunteered in the Cozy Corner at the hospital. Both Fred and Jeanne were very active in the Mehoopany Methodist Church, and in 2007 they established the Kintner Family Fund with The Community Foundation to provide permanent annual support for the expenses of maintaining the church.

With this new scholarship formed by the family of Fred and Jeanne their legacy of civic and educational support will continue for many generations to come. Donations to both of these endowments are always welcome to honor the memory of Fred and Jeanne Kinter, while also supporting the Mehoopany Methodist Church as well as local High School graduates, and may be sent to the Fred & Jeanne Kintner Memorial Scholarship or the Kintner Family Fund at The Community Foundation 270 Lake Avenue Montrose, PA 18801 or online at www.community-foundation.org.

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