The Mattapoisett Lions Club, a member of Lions International, the world’s largest service club organization consisting of 45,000 clubs and more than 1.3 million members worldwide, is pleased to announce the availability of two (2) $2,500 scholarships to be awarded this year to a graduating high school or homeschooled student residing in Mattapoisett, Marion or Rochester.
The funds for the Peter Hodges Memorial Scholarship are raised through fundraisers held by the Mattapoisett Lions Club throughout the year, including Harbor Days, an annual Arts and Craft Festival held in Shipyard Park, Mattapoisett every third weekend of July.
The Lions Club motto is “We Serve,” as some of the largest charitable causes of Lions International include raising funds for Ever Research in an effort to end preventable blindness throughout the world, eradicating measles world wide in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and here at home providing services for those in need in our communities.
To qualify, a graduating student or homeschooled student shall be enrolled in their first year of a recognized school of higher education, must be a resident of the Tri-Town area, and have demonstrated service to the community.
To obtain an application, learn more about this Award, or to learn how to become a member of the Lions Club, visit our website www.mattapoisettlionsclub.org Award applications are also available through the guidance department at your high school.
Applications must be received by March 24, 2018.