Robert Daley Memorial Scholarships

The Robert Daley Memorial Scholarships include two four-year scholarships valued at $1,000 per year and two one-year scholarships valued at $1,000 per year.


To be eligible for these awards, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Must be either a resident of Rochelle Park, or related to a member or deceased member of American Legion Post 170, Unit 170, or SAL 170
- Must be a senior in high school planning to attend an institution of higher learning
- Must provide letter(s) of recommendation (examples: from teacher, religious leader, principal, etc.)
- Must sumbmit an wssay of 500 words (see website for topic)
- Must submit a completed application, grade transcript and SAT scores

Please call Chairman Ray Egan at 201-843-0716 or Commander Robert Salvini at 201-368-3453 with any questions.

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