Saturday, May 16, 2020

Gilbert Year of the Woman Commission scholarship contest

Gilbert Year of the Woman Commission scholarship contest

May 15, 2020 by Kevin Dayhoff with Ann Thomas Gilbert, Abby Gruber, and Heather Mullendore and Westminster Parks and Recreation.

The commission would like for applicants to prepare a multi-media presentation or an essay of 500 words or less, about a woman that has had a positive impact.
The contest is open to college students or Carroll County school children, whether they are in public or private schools or being home-schooled.

Please email your submission to WESTMINSTERREC@WESTGOV.COM

The subject line must read: YOW SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST

Please include your name and contact information in the body of the email.

The prize to be awarded is $500.00.

Deadline: June 1, 2020

In January the Westminster Gilbert Commission established a multi-media scholarship contest for the City of Westminster’s celebration of the Year of the Woman in honor of the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment. 

The 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote, was ratified on August 18, 1920 after a long struggle known as the women's suffrage movement.

On May 3rd, our Time Flies discussion centered on the Westminster Year of the Woman Commission spearheaded by Westminster Councilwoman Ann Gilbert and the leadership of the Westminster Family Center and the Recreation and Parks Department of the City of Westminster.

It was in late February – early March that the commission initially announced a multi-media scholarship contest for the City of Westminster’s celebration of the Year of the Woman. Soon after that the scholarship contest, much of our daily lives were overtaken by the Coronavirus Pandemic of 2020.

Although the commission has received some essays, it was recently decided to extend the submission deadline until June 1st

According to the contest guidelines, the commission would like for applicants to prepare a multi-media presentation or an essay of 500 words or less, about a woman that has had a positive impact. Subject matters could include but are not limited to historical or public figures or a woman you know personally. The contest is open to college students or Carroll County school children, whether they are in public or private schools or being home-schooled

Submissions are due by the end of the business day on June 1st, 2020. 

Please email your submission to WESTMINSTERREC@WESTGOV.COM

The subject line must read: YOW SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST.

Please include your name and contact information in the body of the email. The prize to be awarded is $500.00.

The commission was quick to add that this is donated money and not taxpayer money.


Related: Dayhoff: Feminine touch eased Westminster’s growing pains Kevin Dayhoff, Carroll County Times | May 08, 2020 | https://www.baltimoresun.com/maryland/carroll/lifestyles/cc-lt-dayhoff-051020-20200508-bdoq37gp5bag7e7i5ucgzyeynq-story.html

And:

Dayhoff: Gilbert commission on Year of the Woman reminder of key events from past century Kevin Dayhoff Carroll County Times |May 01, 2020

Just a few months ago, in January, Westminster Councilwoman Ann Thomas Gilbert gathered many leaders from throughout the county to a meeting to brainstorm how to celebrate the Year of the Woman in Westminster and the many milestones in our local community such as the first women jurors in May 1957.
In Westminster, Gilbert assembled local leaders that included Abby Gruber, Kristen McMasters, Sandra L. Anderson, Stephanie McCown, Jessica Taylor, Heather Mullendore, Melissa Thompson, Kati Townsend, Tasha Cramer, Christina Kuntz, and Val Giovagnoni. For a while, Kevin Dayhoff was the token male in the group. Later I was joined by Steven Jakobovic, the new director of the Historical Society of Carroll County.


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