Our 2018 scholarship winner is Jane Bailey from Leonardtown High School. Jane’s application was most impressive! In 2017, Jane worked closely with the St. Mary’s County Health Department to further the priorities of the organization. As part of the Tobacco Free Living action team, she worked to reduce tobacco use and exposure to secondhand smoke. In particular, Jane kick started the Smoke Free Holy Grounds Initiative by reaching out to more than 300 faith-based organizations throughout the county to provide the tools and expertise needed to promote health and wellness for their congregations. She developed surveys and constructed ready-made anti-smoking tool kits to be distributed at faith-based events, as well as pamphlets and flyers to inform congregations on the anti-tobacco use programs provided by the department. To date, Smoke Free Holy Grounds has been fully implemented in more than 20 local faith-based organizations. Jane also assisted the St. Mary’s County Health Department directly by administering a survey to high school students on their perspectives on smoking and vaping. This information was used to assist the department with targeted advertising campaigns. Jane will be attending Baylor University this Fall.
For all those applying for the 2018 offering of the Elizabeth Ann Frist Memorial Scholarship, please note that all applications are due in by April 20th. The application can be found under our “Scholarships” tab.
Completed applications should be sent to:
Gram’s Promise Charitable Foundation
P.O. Box 58
Kingsville, MD 21087
Best of Luck!
Congratulations to Lauren Bishop, Liberty High School. Lauren’s application was most impressive. We wish her well as she transitions to Indiana University this Fall.
Thanks to all that applied!
Applications have been reviewed, and Gram’s Promise has selected one outstanding applicant to receive the 2017 offering of the Elizabeth Ann Frist Memorial Scholarship. Our winner will be notified over the next few weeks. Thank you to all those that submitted applications this year. Good luck in all of your future endeavors!
Gram’s Promise is happy to announce that we won the “Chairman’s Choice” award for 4 foot trees at this year’s Festival of Trees, sponsored by the Kennedy Krieger Institute. This year’s entry was titled, Jingle Shells!
Yong Jiang is Gram’s 2016 “Elizabeth Ann Frist Memorial Scholarship” winner. Yong, a graduate of Eastern Technical High will be attending University of Maryland Baltimore County in the Fall, Good luck Yong, and thank you for supporting our cause!
Thank you to all those that submitted applications this year. The Board will be reviewing applications over the next few weeks. Good luck!