|For students at Washington
This Scholarship is funded annually by the Parkland Light and Water Company.
A Scholarship award is made to a graduating senior of Washington High School.
|1 scholarship(s) of $1,500 each. (total annual contribution: $1,500)
|One time award.
The Washington Scholarship Committee will select the recipient. An alternate shall be selected annually and the scholarship shall be awarded to that individual if the primary award winner does not meet the requirements of the scholarship.
Parkland Light & Water Co. is the nation’s oldest mutual utility, established February 17, 1914. A mutual is a form of cooperative where the members of the utility are also the owners. As a part owner in the company, the members also have a voice in how it is operated. Today, PL&WCo has 29 employees who work to serve 4,400 households with electricity and 7,600 households with water. This translated to 100 million kilowatt-hours of electricity and one billion gallons of water delivered annually.
|Administration of the fund
|The fund is administered by the Franklin Pierce Foundation, a nonprofit corporation registered in the State of Washington.
|Method of payment