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The Emerald Valley Opry is a non profit entertainment organization that operates from a foundation of family values in an atmosphere of family oriented entertainment.

Once per month the Emerald Valley Opry brings together talented men and women from around the northwest to showcase their skills as singers, songwriters and musicians through traditional county, blue grass, gospel, and a full platter of Americana Music.  

We currently hold performances in Powers Auditorium at Willamette High School.  The Emerald Valley Opry strongly believes that good school music programs help promote positive student achievements in both academic and life experience areas.  A large portion of the proceeds from our monthly shows are graciously donated to the Bethel School District for use in supporting the districts strong music curriculum.

   The Emerald Valley Opry would like to strengthen it’s commitment to the Bethel School District music program by offering this scholarship to a deserving Willamette High School music student in the hope that it will help them further their musical career.


  • Selection: Completion of application packet.  Recipient(s) will be selected by the Emerald Valley Opry Board of Directors.

  • Use of Scholarship: Community, four year or private music school or college.  Must be Music Major or Music Minor (Music Education, Music Technician,Music Performance, Performing Arts

  • Application Deadline: April 2019-Counseling Center

  • Scholarship Awarded:  May 2019 (date to be provided). Attendance at the awards ceremony is required unless prior arrangements have been made. 

  • Criteria: (1) 2.75 GPA accumulative through the first semester of your senior year; school counselor confirmation and sign-off, no transcript needed  (2) Music accomplishments/awards  (3) 2 letters of recommendation (4) Record of community service or extracurricular activities (5) Direct involvement with the Opry for a minimum of 20 hours (i.e. help with setup, ticket sales, advertisement, etc.) Band/Choir performances and participation with refreshments during intermission do not satisfy this requirement. An Opry board member will be tracking your hours.

    ** applications that do not include the above criteria will not be considered.

  • Dress Code for Volunteer Hours: Volunteers are expected to carry themselves in a professional manner at all times. Our dress code is casual professional- however please refrain from shirts with provocative/vulgar language or images, ripped/holey jeans or shorts, or low cut/revealing clothing.

  • Amount: A maximum of two $2000 scholarships will be awarded per year

    For More Information, please contact: Jennifer Rose: (541) 844-8207  (text or call)

    Or see our website: http://www.emeraldvalleyopry.com

    Or see our facebook: http://www.facebook.com/emeraldvalleyopry