As of 2018, the Evarts Alumni & Scholarship Association has given approximately $570,784 dollars in
scholarships to Cloverfork students. When factoring in matching scholarships, we estimate that over one
million dollars has been provided over the years! Each year that passes by, our resources become fewer
and we do not have the money to give to the students like we used to. We ask that if you can, please make a
donation and/or start an annual scholarship to help these students who are so deserving. We have established a PayPal account that will allow you to make secure donations of any amount and will provide a donation receipt. Look for the 'Donate' button to the right or at the bottom left of every page. You can also make donations in person during the Reunion or via mail by sending them to Arlene Brown, PO Box 166, Evarts, KY 40828.
The application for our awards can be found below and must be completed entirely and submitted by March 28th. General notes and guidelines are provided and we would like to wish all who apply good luck and we look forward to reviewing your applications!
At the 2018 Reunion, we gave out $7,500 in scholarships! Providing these scholarships makes getting an education possible for so many students that otherwise may not have that opportunity. We can’t fund their entire tuition in most situations, but every little bit helps and everyone involved is very, very thankful.
2014 - $9000 Awarded
2015 - $7000 Awarded
2018 - $7,500 Awarded
Please use the following application. You will find a Word document that can be saved, completed and sent electronically and also a .PDF that you can print and complete by hand.
Applications should be given to Scott Pace at Harlan County High School or sent to email@example.com.
Thank you and good luck!
We want to develop a complete listing of all of those that have received a scholarship award from us over the years and let you know exactly where your money is going! For now, we will post what we have readily available from prior newsletters and such and will work hard to complete it as quickly as we can. Many years will be left out until we can ensure that our records are accurate.