The Terryville Library Board of Trustees announced that applications are now being accepted for Scholarships and Mini-Grants from the Phyllis Corsetti Endowment Fund.
Applicants to the Phyllis Corsetti Endowment Fund Scholarship must be a resident of the Town of Plymouth and must be regarded as “a student of good standing” in the high school which he or she attends.
Scholarship applications must be submitted by April 30, 2019.
Organizations which request funding from the Phyllis Corsetti Endowment Fund Mini-Grant must provide an educational, recreational or enrichment experience to children, ages 0-18, of the Town of Plymouth. Grant applications must be submitted by April 15, 2019.
Guidelines and applications are available at the Terryville Public Library, Plymouth Town Hall, Terryville High School Guidance Office, and online on the Terryville Public Library website.
The Phyllis Corsetti Endowment Fund is administered by the Terryville Public Library Board of Trustees.
The fund was established in October, 2015, through the generosity of Phyllis Corsetti, to create an additional resource for the children of the Town of Plymouth, enabling the children to participate in programs that would enhance their lives.
Ms. Corsetti, an educator who loved her teaching career and her students, was a local resident who inspired and encouraged the best qualities in a child.
Upon her demise, she bequeathed a generous fund meant to enrich and encourage learning experiences for the young people of the Town of Plymouth.
The Terryville Public Library is located at 238 Main St. Terryville, CT 06786 – 860-582-3121.
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