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2019 Men’s Spring Knitting Retreat Scholarship Nomination Form

Scholarship Details

Each year, we’re glad to be able to offer two scholarships to the Men’s Spring Knitting Retreat in May (in Upstate NY).  The scholarships are made possible through donations from generous participants of the retreat who are eager to help others participate in the community of men who knit.

If you know anyone that would like to go to the retreat (including yourself)…please check to make sure the nominee is interested and can attend.  Then nominate them for a scholarship using the form at the bottom of this page.

Nominations are due by Friday, February 8, 2019 and a winner will be announced no later than Sunday, February 17, 2019.

Details:
This upcoming Men’s Spring Knitting Retreat will be held again at Easton Mountain,  Thursday, May 16, 2019 through Sunday, May 19, 2019.

We still have regular paid slots available and paid registration will open on January 5, 2019.

The scholarships include full retreat fees , plus a stipend of up to US$400 for travel expenses.

Scholarship recipients will be selected from all the nominations by a panel of Men’s Knitting Retreat coordinators .  DEADLINE FOR ENTERING IS February 8, 2019. The winner will be officially announced on or before February 17, 2019.

Men's Spring Knitting Retreat Scholarship Nomination Form

Men's Spring Knitting Retreat Scholarship Nomination Form

We want you to nominate any man you think should be able to go to the Men's Rocky Mountain Knitting Retreat this coming May.

You can nominate a friend, a family member or yourself. The nominee must be a man and over 21 years of age. And please confirm that your guy has agreed to be entered into the nomination process and is available to attend. Two sample nominations would be:

"I would like to nominate John O’Hara for the 2019 MSKR Scholarship. John is a Librarian in Northern Arkansas with a great love for reading and knitting. He is always teaching knitting to anyone interested and has taught his wife to knit and has begun to teach his children (who he thinks are too young yet to learn, but he still tries). He lives in a very rural state with no local yarn stores, so John helped start a knitting group at the library where he works and has also worked to increase the number of books on knitting kept within his library network (for which we are all very grateful). John would love to get together with other guys who have a love for knitting, crocheting and spinning and I think he would be an amazing addition to your group of guys."

"I would like to nominate myself, Bobby Fibrea, for the 2019 MSKR Scholarship. I have been knitting for 3 years and am completely hooked. As a professional who travels a lot, I take great pride in knitting in public and teaching coworkers how to knit. Unfortunately, since most of my work is done for non-profit organizations and I support a family of five, I have no funding, but would very much appreciate the opportunity of being around other guys that knit. I would appreciate your favorable review of my nomination."

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