How do I apply?  Download and complete an Application Packet Request Form and email it to,  or send it by mail to 28th FARA Scholarship, 104 Lee St, Stewartstown, PA 17363.  The submission deadline for all completed applications is March 15, 2024, so don’t delay!

Do I have to be a member to apply?  The applicant must be a member of the 28th FARA, or a member’s spouse or child/grandchild/great-grandchild.  To join, go here.

I don’t need a scholarship, but I’d like to support the program by donating.  That’s outstanding!  If you would like to donate funds in any amount, or refer us to a possible corporate donor, contact  Because the 28th FARA is a 501c(3) non-profit corporation, donations may be tax-deductible to the donor, depending on their individual tax situation.

Where can I get more information about the Scholarship Program?  If you have additional questions or need other assistance regarding the scholarship program, contact

Scholarship Program
The 28th Field Artillery Regiment Association is proud to announce that it has awarded two $1,000 scholarship grants to two applicants. Both applicants were evaluated based upon their academics, service to their community and extra curricular activities. They are Josiah Fulk, Ralph Ripley's (Battalion Commander) grandson, and Leah Beach, daughter of Dwight Beach, who served as A Btry FDO and XO and Bn S2.
2023 Scholarship Grant Awards
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Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, we are able to award three scholarship grants of $1000 for the 2024-25 academic year.  The awardees are Leah Beach, Dru Rosario, and Kimora Lewis.

Leah is the daughter of Dwight Beach, who served in the battalion from 1984-87 as A Btry FDO & XO and as Bn S-2.  She is a sophomore at the University of Chicago and is majoring in molecular engineering.

Dru is the daughter of Miguel Rosario, who served from 1986-88 as a cannon crewman in C Btry.  She is studying digital media at Tulsa Community College and will graduate in Dec 2025.

Kimora is the granddaughter of Otha Toliver, who served in C Btry as Commo Chief and Support Platoon Sergeant from 1987-91.  She is a senior at Manhattan High School in Manhattan, KS, and plans to pursue a degree in psychology.

All three students are recognized for excellence in academic and extra-curricular achievement.  We hope these grants will enable them to achieve their goals in higher education and service to their communities, and we wish them success in their studies. 

The scholarship program for the 2025-26 academic year will open in December 2024.  Association members in good standing and their spouses, children, and grandchildren are eligible and encouraged to apply.  Please watch for announcements or visit this page in early December for application instructions.
2024 Scholarship Grant Awards