Robert Culhan Scholarship

Application Deadline is: 4/15/2023

Eligibility Criteria:

Student must be a current graduating senior and resident of Twinsburg City, Twinsburg Township or Reminderville.

Student must exhibit an involvement in local history which might include:

A. Attendance at programs.

B. Involvement on projects such as “Tale of Locust Grove”, “Olde Thyme Fayre” or other activities that support local history.

C. Applicant may supplement their application with documentation of participation in activities related to local history.

Application Process:

1. Applicant should submit two (2) recommendations. One of which should be a current teacher, counselor, extracurricular coach or advisor. The other should be a personal reference who is not a relative.

2a. If filling out the paper application (4 pages) you can send it to the scholarship committee at the address below:

Scholarship form in PDF format if you choose to mail it in to the scholarship committee.

Twinsburg Historical Society
Attn: Scholarship Committee
8996 Darrow Rd.
Twinsburg, OH 44087

2b. You can scan in all the pages and email it to:

2c. You can fill out the online form and attach your recommendation forms and submit it electronically. See this form below.

Online Scholarship Application

Must download the recommendation forms. Have them filled out. Scan them in and attach them to your online application for your application to be considered.

Download Recommendation Forms Here

or Scan the QR Code Below:

Online Application

Application Deadline is: 4/15/2023

These 2 programs were just finalized after the February Newsletter went out.

We are welcoming retired Aurora teacher and association executive Bill Lavezzi on Wednesday, March 22 at 7:00 at the Museum. Bill will talk about how organizations help maintain democracy and promote strong communities. In keeping with National Women’s week, he will give an overview of the League of Women Voters. He will review the important role that organizations have historically played in American civil life, using examples from his own community.

Another special edition of the Writer’s Series will feature native Twinsburg writer Frank Latimore. He will join folks at the Riley House after his book signing at the library on Saturday, March 25 from 5:00 to 6:30.  All are welcome and he will have copies of his books for purchase.