2019 SCHOLARSHIPS

CAREER ADVANCEMENT SCHOLARSHIP:  A $1,000 scholarship to a qualifying woman residing in Clinton County.  The scholarship purpose is to assist women in updating their skills in a vocational school or to assist in completing their post-secondary education in a college or university.  Applicants must be 19 years of age or more at the time of application, and must have been admitted to, or cleared for admission to, an academic or vocational school which is licensed or accredited by the State of Indiana.  The application form with eligibility requirements can be downloaded here.     

JANE M. KLAUSMAN WOMEN in BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP:  A $500 scholarship to a qualifying woman residing in Clinton County.  The scholarship purpose is to encourage women to enter careers and seek leadership positions in business in their communities and throughout the world.  Applicants must be enrolled in at least the second year of an undergraduate program through the final year of a Master’s program in business. The application form with eligibility requirements can be downloaded here or from the Zonta International website at zonta.org.

WOMEN in TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP:  A $500 scholarship to a qualifying woman residing in Clinton County.  The scholarship purpose is to encourage women to pursue roles in technology related fields.  Applicants must be enrolled full-time pursuing a technology degree or pursuing continuing education in IT. Women of any age are eligible to apply.  The application form with eligibility requirements can be downloaded here or from the Zonta International website at zonta.org

For any questions on these scholarships, please call Jenny Neal, 2019 scholarship chair, at 765-279-8338.

26th Annual Chicken Noodle Dinner & Country Store!

Recipient of the “2018 Frankfort Legend Award”!

Thirty-five year Zonta member, Marvel Albitz, was presented the “2018 Frankfort Legend Award” by Mayor Chris McBarnes at our Amelia Earhart program on January 23rd. Awarded for her community involvement over the years, the Mayor previously stated that “Marvel is a legend here in Frankfort from her work at the Presbyterian Church, to Zonta International to the Lions Clubs to her work at Abilities Services, Inc., Marvel has a heart of gold. I couldn’t think of a more deserving individual to have this honor than Marvel Albitz.”

Zonta Says NO! and the 16 Days – December 4, 2018

Kiwanian Marshall Smith stands with Zontians Jeni Royalty and Susan Kaspar following their presentation to the Frankfort Kiwanis Club on Zonta’s activities and focus during the Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women / the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence campaign.   

Violence against women and girls is one of the most pervasive human rights violations and a global epidemic. It has no boundaries and includes physical and sexual violence, and harmful practices such as child marriage, rape, female genital cutting and human trafficking. Violence against women and girls threatens countries, inhibits economic progress, and prevents women from contributing to their community and creating better lives for themselves and their families.

16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence – November 16, 2018

Members of the Zonta Club of Frankfort stand with Police Chief Troy Bacon, Officer Jeremy Rushton, and Mayor Chris McBarnes after the Mayor signed a Proclamation in support of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence.  Beginning November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and ending on December 10, International Human Rights Day, these 16 days are used to draw attention to and raise awareness of violence, both in our community and around the world.  It is an opportunity to encourage and let victims know that there is help and resources available to them; they must step out of the shadows, speak up, and know that they are not alone.    

Annual Picnic – August 22, 2018

Marvel Albitz, Beth Keele, Marlene Brant, Samantha McBarnes, Stephanie Buntin, Jeni Royalty, Nancy Harshbarger, Sharon Keck
Susan Kaspar, Dana Myers, Rita Betts, Cindy Swope, Tina Stock, Lori Davis, Debbie Graves, Susie Trees
Not pictured: Carolina Booth and photographer, Sue Wolfe
Thank you Susan! (And, we look forward to next year!)