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Buttercup Festival offers first scholarship

The curators of Nolensville’s annual Buttercup Festival are introducing a scholarship this year available to high school seniors living in Nolensville.

The curators of Nolensville’s annual Buttercup Festival are introducing a scholarship this year available to high school seniors living in Nolensville.

Valued at $1,000, the scholarship will be awarded to a student in good standing at school.

“This is offered to students whether they are homeschooled or not,” said Jane Zavala, a Buttercup Festival Committee member.

“We always try to give back to the community in some way. It’s the first time the scholarship is available, but it will be offered annually from now on.”

Applications will be accepted Jan. 2-March 2, 2015. The winner will be notified by April 2, 2015 and presented with the scholarship at the Buttercup Festival on Saturday, April 11.

The application requires transcripts, recommendations, community involvement and a 1,000-word essay in which students can choose to answer how living in Nolensville has affected their worldview, what positive change they would like to make in the community, or who has been the greatest influence in their lives.

Students can find hardcopies at various shops in the Nolensville historic district, or by clicking here.

Jessica Pace covers Williamson County, Williamson County Schools and the Town of Nolensville for Home Page Media Group. Contact her at jess@brentwoodhomepage.com or follow her on Twitter @Jess_NHP.

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