GRANTS & SCHOLARSHIPS

To commemorate the accomplishments of the late Jean Thompson Lake, The Troy Arts Council has established the Jean Lake Memorial Art Scholarship.  The scholarship, in the amount of  $2000.00, is awarded annually to a graduating senior from a high school in the City of Troy or Pike County. The student must be planning a career in Visual Arts or Art Education and must use the scholarship within two years after graduating from high school.

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Joel Williams, President of TAC, presents a scholarship check to Kaylee Parker. The Troy Arts Council assists the music/band, art, and theatre programs in the Troy and Pike County schools with mini grants to help purchase supplies or equipment. These grants are made available yearly on a rotational bases and must be requested in writing. 

Lizzie Orlofsky received art scholarship

The amount awarded is determined by the Troy Arts Council Board of Directors and is based on the needs of each school.

(PHOTO ABOVE COURTESY OF TROY MESSENGER)

 

 

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Annually the Troy Arts Council contributes money toward the Mary Murphree Selman Scholarship, given in memory of the first Troy Music Study Club president. This scholarship is awarded to a graduating student in the Troy and Pike County Schools.

Students Benefit from TAC