Scholarship Application Deadline Approaching

By Blair Dupre, Sentinel Living Editor Feb 9, 2023 The deadline for Fort Hood family members to apply for a scholarship from the Fort Hood Military Family Members Scholarship Fund is Feb. 21, and organization President, Summer Barbina, and Vice President, Angel Eagen, are eagerly awaiting the final applications to be turned in. “Put the effort in and you may […]

Lynch Creek – Holiday Wreath Fundraiser

The holidays are quickly approaching, which means that it is time to decorate your homes. And this year, you can do so while supporting the Fort Hood Scholarship Fund through shopping with Lynch Creek Farm. It is incredibly easy to support our fundraiser: simply decorate your home or send an elegant evergreen gift! Support our cause by following four easy […]

Fort Hood Great Big Podcast!

We are featured on today’s episode of the U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hood‘s Great Big Podcast! Listen to the episode now to hear Amy and Summer share all about the Scholarship Fund, the application, the process, and how everyone can help us. Listen now here (or by going to wherever you listen to podcasts): https://www.buzzsprout.com/761486/11665680 Pictured Left to Right: Angel […]

Chasco Community Partner Round Rock Express Baseball Game

The Fort Hood Military Family Member Scholarship Fund is honored to be a charity of choice for the first time for the Round Rock Express’ Chasco Constructors Community Partnership Program. The Fort Hood Scholarship Fund will be featured during the Express’ game against the AlbuquerqueIsotopes on Saturday, July 9 at 7:05 p.m. at Dell Diamond.  The Fort Hood Scholarship Fund […]

FHMFMSF honors 28 scholarship recipients

By Blair Dupre, Sentinel Living Editor Twenty-seven high school students and one military spouse were awarded scholarships from the Fort Hood Military Family Member Scholarship Fund at the Spirit of Fort Hood Chapel, May 24. The FHMFMSF awarded a combined total of $56,750 in scholarships to the 28 recipients. “We know your high school and college education have not been […]