LIGONIER – Central Noble High School seniors who have participated in a music program for at least two years are eligible to apply for the Hazel Brown Truelove Scholarship by January 12 at 11 p.m.
The one-time scholarship awards $1,500 to an eligible student who is pursuing a two- or four-year full-time undergraduate study for a major or minor in music, or who will participate in a music program during the first year of college. Eligible seniors should write a supplemental essay: “How has participation in music affected your decisions and goals for your future?”
To apply, follow these steps:
• Visit the Foundation’s website: cfnoble.org/scholarships before the deadline of January 12, 2022 at 11 p.m.
• Create an account and take the eligibility test to match scholarships.
• Complete the 2022 CFNC main application and any other matching application.
• For questions or assistance, contact Jennifer Schultz at email@example.com or 894-3335
Kai and Hazel Truelove were born and raised in Noble County. Kai has two sisters and a brother; Hazel has two sisters.
Both Kay and Hazel graduated from Albion High School in 1947. Hazel continued for one year at Manchester College in North Manchester. The Trulov family married on October 9, 1949 at the Blue River Brethren Church in Noble County.
Hazel has taught piano lessons in their home for 45 years. She also accompanied choirs in middle and high school for 10 years. She was the organist at their local church and played for 50 years. Hazel has also played many weddings over the years!
Kay worked at Truelove Bros. Farm Machinery since 1945. Kay was the former president and owner of the family business, which his father and uncle founded in 1938. He still serves farming in the area, which is run by family members. Kaye was involved in the county government for eight years and was Chairman of the Board of Directors of Central Noble School for 12 years.
Kay and Hazel both enjoyed reading and attending basketball and football matches at Central Noble. They enjoyed watching Indiana University games on TV.