James Cormany is giving a scholarship of $1,000 to a student at Churubusco High School, thanks to the Helena Acre Homegrown Scholarship out of the company’s Goshen office. The scholarship will be awarded to a 2017 graduating high school senior pursuing a degree in agriculture or science. Leaders of Helena say the scholarship program, as well as its intern program, are intended to “help communities grow more than crops.” Students can apply through March 17. A winner will be announced in April.
Recently there have been a lot of stories and opinion pieces written about the Indiana voucher program and school funding….