2013 USMRA Scholarship Committee Selections
USMRA awards two scholarships to
recognize excellence in
leadership, service to
community, and patriotism.
Applicants are the
- son, daughter, grandson, or granddaughter of a USMRA
- they are graduating seniors of a recognized public or
private school or home-schooled senior students preparing to enter an
accredited college or other post secondary institution and for whom written
verification of qualification for graduation has been received
- they must be nominated in writing by a USMRA member
- and they must submit an application packet including
biographical and other information concerning their extra curricular
activities, civic or community services activities, humanitarian service
work – and a 500 word essay entitled “What Can I Do to Be A Better Citizen?”
- the intent of which is to convey the applicant’s beliefs and values.
After due consideration, it is the decision of the 2013
USMRA Scholarship Committee that Ms. Laura Baugh and Ms. Kari
recognized as the scholarship winners for 2013. These exemplary students will
receive a $500 cash award.
Ms. Baugh is the daughter of Ranger Herbert Baugh.
Ms. Koegh is the daughter of Ranger Chuck Keogh.
The 2012 USMRA Scholarship Committee wishes to thank the membership for the
honor of having served in this capacity. We have once again had the
opportunity to see first hand some outstanding young adults who have
distinguished themselves by their pursuit of excellence and their
willingness to serve their fellows. We also witnessed the tremendous
comradeship and generosity of so many Rangers. Because of them, USMRA is
able to award these scholarships. Indeed, Rangers Lead the Way!
Ranger Keith Antonia
Ranger J.D. Kirby
Ranger Brian Cunningham
U. S. Mountain Ranger Association
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The USMRA will award two $500 scholarships
each year. The winners will be announced at the
5th RTB Open House.
· Be the son, daughter, grandson, or granddaughter
of a USMRA member.
· Be a graduating senior of a recognized public or
private school or a home
schooled senior student preparing to enter an
accredited college or other
post secondary institution.
· Be nominated in writing by a USMRA member.
· Submit an application packet including all the
· Biographical summary or resume of any or all of
the following: extra
curricular activities, civic or community services
activities, religious or
secular humanitarian service work.
· Written verification of qualification for
graduation (from school
counselor or home school teacher).
· A statement from the nominating USMRA member
denoting why the applicant
should be considered.
· A 500 word essay, typed or neatly written. The
subject for the essay is
“What Can I Do to Be A Better Citizen?” The essay
should be written in
first person, singular. The intent of the essay is
to convey the applicant’s
beliefs and values.
· Include applicant name and applicant phone number
on all submitted
· Once submitted, packets become property of USMRA
and will not be returned
to the applicants. Incomplete packets will not be
· The checks will be awarded to the selected
individuals upon proof of
acceptance to an accredited college or post
secondary education institution.
If this is available at the time of packet
submission, it should also be
· Scholarship application deadline is the April meeting.
Packets can be mailed to:
P.O. Box 208
Gainesville, GA 30503
Donations can be sent to:
USMRA, 1 Camp Frank D. Merrill, Dahlonega, GA 30533