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Apply Now for Scholarship
From Meares Memorial Fund

Applications for $1,000 scholarship assistance for graduate work in the fields of social services and criminal justice are now being requested for the George E. Meares Memorial Scholarship Fund, according to an announcement by Mrs. Minni J. Meares, who established the fund in honor of her husband, the 26th Grand Basileus of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
Scholarship are open to all U.S. Citizens whose goals are focussed on service in the social, probationary and correctional fields, areas of dedicated concern by the late George E. Meares.
Assistance up to $1,000 will be granted to two students for 1979-80.
The first recipients were Deborah L. Day of the Howard University Graduate School of Social Work, and Thomas F. Cuffie of North Carolina Central University School of Law at Durham.
Requests for information and forms should be directed to:

Mrs. Minnie J. Meares,
156 Willoughby Ave.,
Brooklyn, NY 11205
or
The Charles R. Drew Scholarship Commission,
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.,
2714 Georgia Avenue, N.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20001
The deadline for applications is April 1, 1979.

Thanks from Mrs. Meares
On behalf of the Board of Trustees of the George E. Meares Memorial Fund, Mrs. Meares expresses thanks and appreciation for the following $1,000 contributions from: The Second District and the 59th Grand Conclave (which included $773 in individual donations and $277 in fines collected by the Grand Keeper of Peace).

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In Memory of George Meares

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