Paul E. "Truck" Tremain Memorial Scholarship Program
The City of Lawrenceburg established the Paul E. "Truck" Tremain Memorial Scholarship Program at the Dearborn Community Foundation (DCF) with the intent to financially assist graduates of Lawrenceburg High School (LHS) who pursue a post-secondary education and who meet specific eligibility criteria.
The scholarship amount for each qualifying applicant is decided annually in late summer by the Lawrenceburg City Council. The current scholarship is $1,800 per recipient for up to four consecutive years of post-secondary education. Students must complete a total of 50 approved service learning hours by their graduation date. Students may begin accumulating volunteer hours after their 8th-grade graduation. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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