Maureen Clark MacEwan Memorial Scholarship
Maureen MacEwen Clark Memorial Scholarship
Maureen MacEwen Clark,
Born in Paisley, Scotland, Maureen relocated to Maple Heights, Ohio, in 1969, with her first-born son in tow. Maureen and Norman moved to Stow, Ohio, in 1978. She became a citizen of the United States in the early 1970s.. She was also a Hospital Corpsman in the Navy Reserves for six years. Maureen had begun her nursing degree in Scotland prior to coming to the U.S.A. She completed her degree as a surgical technician at the University of Akron. She was a talented bagpiper who played with the McCallum Highlanders Pipe Band, the Crag de Cede Pipe Band, and the 87th Cleveland Pipes and Drums.
The Clan MacEwen Society is honored that we are able to help young pipers and highland dancers through this Memorial Scholarship.
Anyone up to age 25 are invited to apply.
One Highland Dancer and One Piper will be selected to receive an equal share of the Yearly Scholarship which is awarded during our Annual General Meeting in the first week of June each year.
To apply for consideration for this years scholarship please click the link below