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Chick and Sophie Major Memorial Duck Calling Contest

$2,000

November 23, 2018

Awards Available: 4

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  • Scholarship Description
  • High School seniors may compete for college scholarships totaling $4,250 at the Chick and Sophie Major Memorial Duck Calling Contest. A copy of the contestants high school transcript must be provided at registration along with a proper ID.
    The first-place winner will receive $2,000. Second place will receive $1,000, 3rd place will receive $750, and 4th place will receive $500. The scholarship is open to high school seniors and the competition will be on Friday, November 23rd at 11:00 a.m. The contest is associated with the World’s Champion Duck Calling Contest and will take place on the Main Street Stage beside the Stuttgart Chamber of Commerce. During its 43-year history, the renowned contest has awarded more than $73,000 in scholarships to young duck callers attending 32 different colleges and universities in 13 different states.For more information or to apply, please visit the provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 507 S. Main Street
  • Stuttgart, AZ 72160
  • deholt@windstream.net
  • 870-364-2551

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brian n  on 11/17/2010 8:26:24 PM

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