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100 Club Awards $12k in Scholarships
Wednesday, July 11, 2012 • Posted July 13, 2012

The Hill Country 100 Club, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is proud to announce that for the 2012 – 2013 school year, it has awarded $12,000 in scholarships to six area students representing all four of the our supported counties – Burnet, Llano, Blanco and Lampasas Counties. This is our fourth year to award scholarships to graduating seniors from the high schools within our support area. Students who apply for these scholarships must commit to advanced education or training in the following fields: Law enforcement, firefighting or emergency medical technician. Scholarships applications from qualifying dependents of active duty First Responders are considered before all other qualified applications.

The 2012 – 2013 Hill Country 100 Club scholarship recipients are: Sawyer Clayton Marks, LBJ High School – Johnson City, will attend Austin Community College, and will pursue an Associate Degree in Fire Prevention Technology; Joseph B. Stephenson (2011 scholarship renewal), LBJ High School, will attend Blinn Junior College, and is pursuing an Associate Degree in Fire Science. The Hill Country 100 Club Scholarship Program is just one way that members of our organization can support the education and training of our future First Responders.

The Hill Country 100 Club is a non-profit organization that provides financial support to the dependents of emergency response personnel killed or seriously injured in the line of duty. The Hill Country 100 Club supports law enforcement, firefighters, and emergency medical service personnel in Burnet, Llano, Blanco and Lampasas Counties. The Hill Country 100 Club invites the community to join us in helping those that help us by donating or becoming a member, by going to Membership and contributions can also be mailed to: Hill Country 100 Club, P.O. Box 381, Burnet, Texas 78611.

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