202 Pumpkin Festival Scholarship Application COMING SOON!
Submit the completed application by mail postmarked by March 16th or electronically
at email@example.com by midnight March 16th.
The mailing address is as follows:
West Virginia Pumpkin Festival
Attn: Scholarships Committee
P.O. Box 358
Milton WV 25541
The WVPF has been providing scholarships to high school senior students for over 20 years. Generally, we award from 1 to 4 scholarships each year. The winners must be a graduating senior from a West Virginia high school and attending a West Virginia public university, college or career and technology school.
The scholarships will be awarded to the winners on Sunday, October 10, 2021 at the Festival.
For 2021, the WVPF has awarded three scholarships. A brief bio of each winner follows:
The 2021 winners are:
Marlee Norris of Glenwood, WV is graduate of Cabell Midland High School in Ona, WV. She was a very high honor graduate and member of National Honor Society, Cabell Midland FFA, Key Club and Cabell County 4-H. She was very active in community service activities including Operation Christmas Child, Cabell-Wayne Animal Shelter, and Cabell County Fair. Marlee is currently attending West Virginia University and plans to major in Civil Engineering.
Braden Copley of Culloden, WV is a graduate of Cabell Midland High School in Ona, WV. He was a very high honor graduate and member of National Honor Society and Cabell Midland Marching Knights. He is an Eagle scout. His community service activities include canned food drives, flag retirement and at Little Victories, a no-kill animal shelter. Braden is currently attending Marshall University and plans to major in Nursing.
Jonah Conrad of Milton, WV is a graduate of Cabell Midland High School in Ona, WV. He was a very high honor graduate. He is a certified lifeguard. His community service hours are with youth sports and assisting an elderly neighbor. Jonah is currently attending Marshall University and plans to major in Nursing.