The Dorothy B. Lutsch scholarship established

The Dorothy B. Lutsch scholarship established
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To honor and celebrate the work and dedication of Dorothy B. Lutsch, an emeritus professor of music at Kent State University at Tuscarawas, a scholarship to benefit Kent State Tuscarawas students majoring in music, theater or art has been established.

                        

To honor and celebrate the work and dedication of Dorothy B. Lutsch, an emeritus professor of music at Kent State University at Tuscarawas, a scholarship to benefit Kent State Tuscarawas students majoring in music, theater or art has been established.

The Dorothy B. Lutsch Fine & Performing Arts Memorial Scholarship will promote the development of music and art majors and the appreciation and importance of the arts.

Lutsch graduated from Kent State University in 1964 with a Master of Education from the College of Education, Health and Human Services. She was known for her love of music, the arts and education. She also was remembered for the creation of the annual Renaissance Festival at the Tuscarawas campus to celebrate art and literature under the influence of classical models from the 14th-16th centuries. Lutsch also was active with Trumpet in the Land and her local church choirs. She frequently lectured on Moravian history.

For more information on the scholarship or to contribute to the fund, call Chad Conrad, director of advancement at the Kent State Tuscarawas campus, at 330-308-7445 or email cconra1@kent.edu.

Kent State Tuscarawas is located at 330 University Drive NE in New Philadelphia.


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