The First State Antique Tractor Club will hold its 18th annual antique tractor, truck and car show June 15-16 at the Ross Mansion/Plantation, 23669 Ross Station Road, Seaford.
The show will feature various events and the presentation of four $1,000 scholarships. The scholarships are presented to four graduating high school students who will be studying agriculture at a two- or four-year college. To qualify for a scholarship, the student must obtain a scholarship form from their agriculture teacher, complete the application and submit to the First State Antique Tractor Club scholarship committee before the yearly deadline of April 15.
To ensure all fairness is given, the scholarship committee gives all the information to an independent panel for selection. The panel takes into consideration financial need, scholastic accomplishments and outside activities. The presentation of the scholarships will be made at noon June 16 by Club Scholarship Chairperson Bill Argo.
For more scholarship forms and more, call 856-7800 or 875-7427 or visit firststateantiquetractorcub.com.