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OLIVE MACASKILL BELL NRG FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCED
[October 5, 2009] At its annual Gathering in Camden, South Carolina USA, the MacAskill Sept Society voted to approve two USD$100 fellowships, established in the name of the Sept Society's founder Olive McCaskill Bell. The purpose of the fellowships is to help make it possible for our young people to participate in the North Room Group program at the Clan MacLeod Parliament in 2010. MacAskills (all forms of the name) and their descendents, 18-25 years of age, are eligible to apply.
The criteria for awarding this Fellowship are:
The recipient(s) will be expected to participate in all NRG activities, provide ceremonial support at Parliament on behalf of MacAskills (if that is required), and they will be expected to take photos and write up a report of their experiences. The written material and pictures may be published in the newsletter, on the MacAskill website, or presented to interested parties if the recipient is willing and able to do so.
Applicants should submit a letter addressed to the Society Officers, explaining why s/he would like to be considered for the award. Information concerning the applicant's personal experience with Scottish history, culture, or travel, or aspirations for Parliament are welcome. All applications must be received by February 1, 2010. Selection of recipient will be made by the Septís elected officers. The announcement of the award(s) will be made in March.
Please mail your application by post to:
Rachel McCaskill Miles
Secretary, MacAskill Sept Society
4535 Log Cabin Road
Rembert, SC 27127 USA
or email it to:
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