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Help Eric Anderson Run for Scholarship!

 

Eric Anderson, our Secondary Latin teacher and Cross Country Coach, will run in a 50 mile race at Covenant College, in Chattanooga, on Saturday, December 21. 

You may support Eric in his efforts to bless students through the need-based scholarship fund a number of ways:

Checks may be made out to Providence Academy.  Add Run for Scholarship to the memo line. 

You may give online via the Providence Academy website.  Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on Support Providence.  Note the Run for Scholarship in the comment box.

You may reply to Padev@providenceacademy.com with a pledge, and we will send you a pledge reminder after Christmas break.

Help us support Eric and need-based scholarship at PA!  

All donations for the Run for Scholarship! are tax deductible to the extent of the law and the proceeds go to support the need-based Annual Scholarship Fund. 



Here is a personal note from Eric:

Dear Friends,

Every year, the Need-Based Scholarship Fund makes a Christ-centered, classical education possible for many students at Providence Academy.  In fact, this year alone, the Scholarship Fund has enabled nearly one hundred children to attend Providence, where they are discipled and trained in mind, body, and heart.  The goal of this education is that “they will think and live in a manner which brings glory to God.”

To that end, I would like to raise support, through prayer and giving, for the worthy cause of the Scholarship Fund.  On December 21, I will be running in the Lookout Mountain 50 Miler race at Covenant College in Chattanooga.  I am looking for sponsors who would be willing to donate to the Scholarship Fund for each mile I complete.  If you are interested in donating, please contact me via email at eanderson@providenceacademy.com or phone at 815-997-6622.

Whether or not you are able to give, I trust that you will continue to intercede in prayer for this school.  Remember that we are fighting for souls; our task is great, but our God is greater.  Ad maiorem gloriam Dei.

Yours,

Eric “Ike” Anderson