Our Chapter Sponsors

STAR: Hammer, LGC; Scenic Cable Network & Production.  DOUBLE DIAMOND: City of Dothan; City of Enterprise. DIAMOND: AACFCU; Alabama Power Company; Boeing; City of Ozark Utilities; IAM Lodge 2003; Ingrid's Jewelers; Kirkland Jewelry; Mercedes-Benz of Dothan. PLATINUM: City of Daleville. GOLD: Coleman World Group: Sam Bowell Honda. SILVER: Bell Helicopter; Cotter Enterprises LLC; Esse'ntially 4 U Massage Therapy; Poly, Inc.; Sikorsky Aircraft. BRONZE: Barge Design Solutions; Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood, Inc.; Navigator Development Group Inc.; Pea River Electric Cooperative, Inc.; Searcy Funeral Home & Crematory; South Alabama Electric Cooperative, Inc.; S3; The Commercial Bank of Ozark; Wiregrass Electric Cooperative. PATRON: Golden Nugget Biloxi; Hyundai of Dothan; Mazda of Dothan.

Scholarships

The 2019 scholarship applications are available under the Information Box. The forms are writable when viewed in Adobe Acrobat Pro or Acrobat Standard.


Each year the Fort Rucker-Wiregrass Chapter of AUSA awards academic scholarships to eligible applicants planning to attend / or attending college or a vocational school. Applicants must be a current AUSA Chapter member, or sponsored by an immediate family member that is a current AUSA Chapter member.

Applicants must be enrolled or plan to enroll in college (undergraduate or post-graduate study) or vocational school. Children must enroll full-time; however, active duty service members and dependent spouses may be enroll full-time or part-time.

The number of scholarships awarded will depend on the amount of donations the Chapter receives. Scholarships will be awarded in $1000 increments.

Scholarships are based on academic achievement, personal achievement, community involvement, and/or financial need. The scholarship funds may be used for tuition and other academic expenses charged by the institution.

Applicants may not earn more than four total years combined.

For more information contact Jeremy Kuryla, scholarship chair, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Tanya Hatley, chapter executive secretary, at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it