Enroll in Hudson United Methodist nursery school
Hudson United Methodist Nursery school has registration packets available for 2017-18 school year offering programs for children 2-1/2 through 5 years old.
The packets are available outside the main church office or online at www.Hudsonumns.com
The school has been educating children for more than 42 years. They have an indoor gym, outside playground, a library and many more options for children as far as enrichment classes.
Please feel free to call the office at 330-650-4091 ext. 2.
The school will be hosting an open house on Jan. 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m.
St. Mary Preschool
open house Jan. 29
St. Mary Preschool at 340 North Main Street in Hudson is hosting an open house for prospective students and families on Sunday, January 29 between 10:30 a.m. and noon.
Come meet the teachers and tour the school. The Preschool goals include developing independence, cooperation, an enthusiasm for learning and acquiring kindergarten readiness skills. Religious education is an integral part of the curriculum. Lessons provide time for problem solving, creativity and fun with music, art, math, science and reading. Three-year-olds meet on Tuesday and Thursday. Four- and Five-year-olds meet Monday, Wednesday and Friday with an optional fourth day on Tuesday or Thursday. A lunch time program is also available. Learn more at www.stmaryhudson.cc.
People who can't make the open house and would like an appointment to tour, contact Director Linda Sucheski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hudson senior awarded $5,000 scholarship from TimkenSteel
The TimkenSteel Charitable Fund in Canton has awarded seven TimkenSteel scholars with $145,000 in scholarship funds.
The high school seniors, all children of TimkenSteel Corporation employees, will use the funds for the academic pursuit of their choice at any accredited university. They participated in a competitive application process which was open to employees' children around the world and based upon academic and extracurricular achievement.
Among the recipients is Christina Core, a senior at Hudson High School. She is the daughter of Scott Core, master technician at the Gambrinus Steel Plant. Christina plans to study engineering.
"These students demonstrate leadership both inside and outside of the classroom, and we're proud to support their academic pursuits," said Elaine Russell Reolfi, vice president of organizational advancement and corporate relations, who presented the scholarships with other TimkenSteel leaders.
The TimkenSteel Charitable Fund launched in 2014 when TimkenSteel Corporation, a leader in customized alloy steel products and services, became an independent company. The steelmaker's tradition of awarding scholarships to employees' children dates to 1958.
Woman's Club of
applications for scholarships
The Woman's Club of Hudson is accepting applications for its annual Scholarship Awards. Hudson High School seniors may apply through the Akron Community Foundation at www.akroncf.org/ScholarshipApps.The deadline for completed applications is March 15.
The Woman's Club of Hudson's mission is to provide financial assistance to qualifying graduates of the Hudson Public School System in continuing academic study or vocational training. The organization has been awarding scholarships to HHS graduates since 1948. If you would like to add your name to the list of contributors, please mail your check to The Woman's Club of Hudson, P.O. Box 861, Hudson, Ohio, 44236, or visit the Akron Community Foundation website at www.akroncf.org/give/WomansClubofHudsonFund.
Hudson League For
Service offers scholarship
The Hudson League For Service is accepting applications for a college scholarship to a Hudson resident as well as grants to be given to Hudson organizations.
Each year, the League sponsors activities including the Ice Cream Social held during Hudson Days in June and the book fair in November. Funds raised are used to finance League service projects including the Red Cross Blood Mobile, Pre-School Vision Screening, Random Acts of Kindness Week and a college scholarship to a Hudson resident. The remaining funds are given to the Hudson City Schools Media Centers and other organizations that support the Hudson Community.
The applications are available at www.hudsonleagueforservice.org. The deadline for applications in March 1 and must be mailed to Hudson League for Service, P.O. Box 203, Hudson, Ohio 44236.
For more information, email VPHudsonLeagueForService@gmail.com.
Hudson Garden Club
The Hudson Garden Club awards the Genevieve Jyurovat Scholarship to encourage and assist Hudson students who plan to major in a field connected to the environmental sciences. These fields go beyond horticulture to include such areas of study as the use of natural resources, pollution control, waste disposal problems and others. The award is for study at a recognized center, school or college. Those pursuing a two-year course leading to an associate's degree in an appropriate field may also apply.
Applications must be postmarked no later than March 10.
Eligible Hudson residents include seniors graduating from Hudson High School, Western Reserve Academy or other accredited secondary school as well as college students who have declared appropriate major. A minimum of 2.5 is required to qualify.
To apply, download either the high school or college application form from www.hudsongardenclub.org. Mail the completed form to Hudson Garden Club, 7343 Valerie Lane, Hudson, OH 44236. Print "Scholarship application" on the envelope. Questions? Call Daniela Baloi at 330-656-0962.