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Naugatuck Woman’s Club

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Woman’s Club is accepting applications for its annual scholarships.

The club awards two $1,000 scholarships each year to high school seniors who live in Naugatuck. The students don’t have to attend Naugatuck High School. All seniors from Naugatuck are eligible to apply. The deadline to apply is April 26. Applications are available at area high schools or by calling Anne Adamski at (203) 723-2161.

Naugatuck Exchange Club

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Exchange Club Foundation is accepting applications for its yearly scholarship.

This scholarship is awarded to a Naugatuck resident who is presently a high school senior and planning to attending college for the fall 2013 semester. The deadline to apply is April 30. To obtain an application, call Cliff Kiernan at (203) 723-7277 or Janet Sagendorf at (203) 723-0399.

St. Michael’s Episcopal Church

NAUGATUCK — St. Michael’s Episcopal Church of Naugatuck is offering the Winfred B. Langhorst Memorial Scholarship.

The scholarship is offered to a resident of Naugatuck or a registered member of St. Michael’s Church. The student must be a graduating senior from an accredited area high school or an accredited parochial or preparatory school who is planning to attend college or another post-secondary institution of higher learning. Interested students should contact their guidance department for an application, or contact St. Michael’s at (203) 729-8249. The deadline for applications is April 30.

Prospect Historical Society

PROSPECT — The Prospect Historical Society is accepting applications for the Nellie and Ruth Cowdell Scholarship.

Eligible students must be from Prospect, graduating high school and attending an institute of higher learning in the fall. The $1,000 scholarship is based on scholarship, financial need, service and a short essay about Prospect.

Applications must be received by May 7. Applications are available at most high school guidance offices, Town Hall, Prospect Library or online at www.prospecthistoricalsociety.org.