Wednesday, March 7, 2012
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LILBURN -- The Lilburn Woman's Club is currently accepting applications for six individual scholarships to be awarded in May.
Four of the six scholarships are available to graduating seniors from either Brookwood High School, Parkview High School, Berkmar High School, Killian Christian School or Providence Christian Academy. One of the $500 scholarships will go to a graduating senior who is dedicated to continuing their education with a concentration in the virtual arts.
An additional two $500 scholarships will be awarded to women who are re-entering the workplace through continuing educational courses at Gwinnett Technical College.
Applications may be obtained from the designated high school or GTC counseling offices. Students have until April 9 to turn their applications into their school counselor or to return their application and all supporting documents to GFWC Lilburn Woman's Club, P.O. Box 54, Lilburn, GA 30048.
Applications postmarked after April 9 will not be considered. Winners will be notified by April 20 and will be honored at a reception on the evening of May 3. Scholarship checks will be sent directly to the college or university in which the winner is enrolled during the 2012-13 academic year.
The GFWC Lilburn Woman's Club is an active non-profit community organization that meets at Lilburn City Hall at 7 p.m. on the first Thursday of every month with the exception of special events held at various times throughout the year.
For more information, visit www.lilburnwomansclub.org.
Root for local man on "Let's Make a Deal"
LILBURN -- Paul Parham of Lilburn will be a contestant at 10 a.m. Monday on "Let's Make a Deal."
"Let's Make a Deal" is a game show where audience members dress in "outlandish costumes" to win cash and prizes by making deals with the host. The new, one-hour series is hosted by Emmy Award-winner Wayne Brady at the Sunset Bronson Studios in Hollywood.
The original "Let's Make a Deal" was a television game show staple during the 1960s and 70s when it was hosted by Monty Hall from 1963-1977. While later versions aired in syndication and primetime, the game show is best remembered for the years hosted by Hall, who will serve as a creative consultant of the latest version.
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