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Hosick Motors event benefits local school
Hosick Motors helped raise more than $2,000 for Jefferson Primary School during the school's recent Fun Fair.
The money was raised through a Chrysler Group promotion called "Drive for the Kids."
More than 200 participants earned a $10 contribution to the school from Chrysler by taking a test drive in a Town & Country minivan.
"Drive for the Kids" is a mutually beneficial program," said Jason Knight of Hosick Motors. "We're pleased to support our local schools, and we also enjoy demonstrating a terrific, world-class product."
In the 20 years since Chrysler introduced the program, the company has contributed more than $4 million to schools throughout the nation.

Applications open for scholarships
First National Bank Trust Department is now accepting applications for several scholarships that are now available.
All applications must be postmarked no later than April 1.
Also available through First National Bank is an interest-free loan funded by the Ella McKee Foundation, which is available to Fayette County students.
If you are interested in applying for the scholarships or the loan, contact the First National Bank trust department, or call  283-9860. The information is  also available by visiting the bank’s website at www.thefnb.com. Once on the website, click financial management, then trust services and scroll to the student loans, grants and scholarships section of the page to find the links for the applications.