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Jones scholarship focuses on sobriety

The Mid-Columbia Fellowship of Churches sponsors a unique scholarship, The Marvin D. Jones Memorial Scholarship, to be awarded to a graduating senior, an adult addict in recovery or a teen with addicted parents.

A minimum of six months of documented non-use or sobriety is required of applicants in treatment for their addiction. Applicants must be accepted by or enrolled in a post-graduate educational institution.

A minimum of six months of documented sobriety for adults in recovery is required. Documented attendance in Al-a-Non is required of Al-a-Non

applicants. The order of protocol:

  • A post-graduate in recovery, already attending a college or trade school.
  • An adult alcoholic/ addict in recovery wanting to pursue further education.
  • A young person in Al-a-Teen coping with addicted parent/parents; if addicted themselves, they must have a minimum of six months sobriety.

Applicants must be in good standing in their current

educational institution or have been accepted by an educational institution. The grant money will go to the institution attended by the grant recipient.

To receive an application by mail, contact Sue Wilson at 541-296-6509 or Bob McNary at 541-296-3313.

A personal interview with the selection committee is required. The committee also

requires the applicant to speak at the annual meeting of the Fellowship of Churches in the spring. The applications are to be received by the committee or postmarked by August 12, 2014.


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