Lannie Love Educational Scholarship Application Form - 2021 Sponsored by the Master Gardeners of York County


The Master Gardeners of York County have established the Lannie Love Education Scholarship for students from the counties of Chester, Lancaster, and York who wish to pursue higher education in one of the following or related fields:
  • Horticulture
  • Agriculture
  • Landscape Design
  • Turf Management
  • Forestry
  • Botany
  • Greenhouse Management
  • Land Management
  • Environmental Science with a plant based focus
Mrs. Love was a retired reading educator and an avid gardener, and she enjoyed sharing her knowledge in both fields. We believe this is a fitting tribute to her life. This scholarship was established in 2013.

We will accept applications for consideration. Awards will be made to successful candidates in the amount up to $1000.  The requirements for this scholarship are listed on the application form.

This application is to be printed and completed in legible cursive or printed handwriting using black ink. Attachments to the application and the essay should be typed and printed out. Hard copies of the application and all required documents must be mailed to the address listed on the application and postmarked on or before 
May 1, 2021.

If you have any questions regarding the scholarship, please contact Jed Bryan, Chairman of the YCMG Scholarship Committee.  You may reach him at or (803) 984-1624.

About Mrs. Love:

Mrs. Love was born in Greensboro, NC to the late Marie Langley and Charles Robert Reynolds. She graduated from Old Dominion University with a degree in Education and completed her Master of Education degree at Georgia State University. Her career in education began as a teacher in Norfolk, VA and during her thirty year career she served in various teaching and administrative positions. She was a reading consultant for the South Carolina Department of Education and retired from the Clover School District.

She was past President of the South Carolina Chapter of the International Reading Association and was active in the York County Master Gardeners Association and recently served in several leadership positions. She enjoyed participating in the Haven Sunday School Class and the Handmaidens Stitchery group.