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Deadline looms for $10K scholarship
All Goddard School alumni are invited to apply for accredited college or university. At The Goddard Schools located in the Chandler
the annual $10,000 Anthony A. Martino Memorial Relatives of the employees of Goddard Systems, area, children are encouraged to develop at their own
Scholarship by Feb. 12, the application deadline. Inc. or The Goddard School are ineligible. pace in a warm environment supported by a team of
The scholarship is given to one Goddard School The scholarship recipient selection will be made dedicated teachers. Children are also provided with
alumnus each year to fi nance the tuition of the without regard to race, age, gender, religion, political carefully planned educational programs that meet
college or university of the student’s choice. Students beliefs, employment status or any other factor which the social, emotional, cognitive and physical needs of
interested in applying should follow these guidelines: could constitute unfair or illegal discrimination. each child.
Applicants must be graduates of The Goddard Decisions of the Scholarship Committee are fi nal in To learn more about The Goddard School, or about
School Pre-Kindergarten and/or Kindergarten matters relating to the above practices. the Anthony A. Martino Memorial Scholarship, visit
programs. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of funds www.goddardschool.com.
Applicants must submit a completed application available and applicant eligibility.
form. Eligible applicants can access the scholarship
Applicants must be in their junior or senior years of application on Goddard’s website at www.
high school and must use the scholarship to attend an goddardschool.com under the “Communication” tab.
Seeking top mom entrepreneur
Nominations are open until March 1 for the fi rst get the credit they’re due. Being an entrepreneur of A cocktail reception from 5 to 6 p.m. and dinner
annual “Mompreneur of the Year” award, given to a two businesses and mom to Caleb has taught me award ceremony starting at 7 is for adults only. Tickets
woman who is successfully running a business and that nothing in life is impossible. It can be done with may be purchased at www.mompreneuroftheyear.
raising children in the Southwest Region. inspiration, motivation and support from other moms com for $50 before April 10 and $60 after. The event
A very special mom will take center stage at the in your same shoes. This event just goes to show how also marks the launch of Pelletier’s book “When
Hilton Phoenix East/Mesa located off the Superstition many mompreneurs are out there and successful at the Universe Throws a Curve Ball – How a mom
Highway 60 and Alma School Road on Sat., April 17 for doing both.” entrepreneur went from disappointment to living
the crowning. Mom entrepreneurs are encouraged to participate her passion.” Each dinner attendee receives a
Created by fellow “mompreneur” Tisha Marie by submitting a two- to three-minute DVD on why complimentary autographed book, and books will
Pelletier, owner of Details Event Management and she deserves to be “Mompreneur of the Year.” also be available for purchase at the expo.
chapter president of the monthly networking group The top 10 fi nalist videos are displayed on www. For more information, contact Pelletier at
Mompreneurs’ Live, the event applauds women for mompreneuroftheyear.com for nationwide voting in 480-219-1356 or tisha@detailseventmanagement.com,
the tasks they tackle every day – balancing children, a March. or visit www.mompreneuroftheyear.com.
home and a business at the same time. The April event includes an expo with more than 50
“If anyone deserves to be recognized for their work, Valley businesses and two guest speakers from 10 a.m.
it’s a mom who runs her own business and holds down to 4 p.m. for children and families. The price to attend
a family,” says Pelletier. “It’s the most challenging, the expo is $5 a day or a donation to local nonprofi t
yet rewarding job out there, but many moms don’t Save the Family.
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