Ski scholarship period extended

Eaglecrest Ski Area is extending the application process for the Hilary Lindh Scholarship, in which the selection committee will award season ski passes to four deserving Juneau area students.

Scholarship recipients will be chosen from four divisions: boys in kindergarten through 5th grade; girls in kindergarten through 5th grade; girls in 6th through 12th grade and boys in 6th through 12th grade.

Find the application at www.skijuneau.com/lindh.php and submit completed applications to the Eaglecrest Ticket Office or by emailing eaglecrest@skijuneau.com.

The new scholarship deadline is 4 p.m. Monday, Dec. 14. Winners will be announced Friday, Dec. 18.

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