Friends of Megan Bolton Memorial Fund

The Friends of Megan Bolton Memorial Fund Scholarship is used to assist students with college expenses. The Fund was established through memorial gifts in honor of Megan Anne Bolton, who passed this life at age 17 on July 8, 2003, of injuries sustained in an auto accident. Megan was an active member of Saint Nicholas Serbian Orthodox Church in Oberlin, its church school, youth group, and choir. She attended Lawnton and Saint Catherine Labourne Elementary Schools, Lemoyne Middle School and Camp Hill High School for 7th through 10th grades where Megan played soccer and field hockey. She completed her junior year with honors at Brunswick High School in Maryland, Class of 2004. While in Maryland, she was employed by Buckinghams Choice Retirement Center and The Waffle House. Megan loved to write and draw, was a member of the National Honor Society and the Serb National Federation Lodge #37. To preserve Megan’s memory and perpetuate her giving spirit, this fund has been established to support students with a scholarship to a higher educational institution of their choice. 

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March 15


Multiple Winners/Up to $1,000

Scholarship FAQ


  1. Graduating Senior of Camp Hill High School   
  2. High academic standing and achievement 
  3. Commitment to the community, church activities/charities and demonstrated leadership qualities, extra-curricular or non-academic activities, work experience 
  4. Exemplify good character 
  5. Financial need 
  6. Essay
  7. Supplemental documents. This may include a resume, letter(s) of recommendation, transcript, FAFSA Student Aid Report (SAR), or other scholarship-specific documents. Specific requirements are noted in the application.


Describe your idea of friendship and the significance of having close friends in your life. 300 words maximum.


This scholarship is a one-time only award

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