Corry basketball camp canceled

• The cancellation of this year's Corry Youth Boys Basketball Camp was announced on Thursday. All checks that were already sent into the boosters will be voided. However, anyone who would like the check to be sent back is asked to email coach Tyler Bailey at tbailey@corrysd.net. The camp was slated to take place at Corry Area High School from July 20 through July 24.  

 

CCF accepting mini-grant applications

• The Corry Community Foundation is now accepting applications for mini-grants until July 1. A link to the application and instructions can be found on its website at www.corrycommunityfoundation.org. Anyone with questions can contact CCF at 814-664-3884 ext. 3.

 

Hi-Ed adult scholarships

• College scholarships for adults age 25 and older living in the Corry, Union City and Clymer school districts are available through the Corry Higher Education Council. Applicants must be planning to attend a college, university or technical school in the 2020-21 school year, and be age 25 or older by Sept. 1. Six different scholarship funds totaling $9,000 are available. Corry Hi-Ed will now accept in-person application submissions with the reopening of the Smith Education Center. Submission of applications electronically or by mail is still encouraged. Applications, along with complete submission instructions, can be downloaded and printed from the organization’s website at corryhied.org. The application deadline is Tuesday, June 30. For more information contact Brody Howard at 664-9405 or by email at bhoward@corryhied.org.

 

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