Officer Quarello committed his career to helping
others, especially youth. He served as a police explorer and later
started numerous police explorer posts for various police agencies
in Mason County and Tazewell County. Officer Quarello also taught
the D.A.R.E. program for six different school districts.
The recipients must be enrolled in classes in preparation for a
career within law enforcement or a related field. Current law
enforcement officers returning to school for ongoing education are
eligible as well.
Applicants must be a permanent resident of Fulton, Mason, Peoria, or
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Members or former members of an explorer program in the W.D.
Boyce Council are also eligible to apply.
Scholarship winners will be awarded a minimum of $500.00
depending on availability of funding. To date, over $17,000 in scholarships has
been awarded since the inception of the scholarship.
The scholarship application is available from the Minier Police
Department by calling 309- 392-2442 ext. 5 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications are due by April 1, 2019.
[Chief Daryl Weseloh, Minier Police