Kiwanis Club of Greater
The Kiwanis Club of Greater Pine Island is once again providing several financial college scholarships to Pine Island students. In order to qualify for a scholarship, each student must meet the following criteria: be a resident of Pine Island or attended Pine Island Elementary School. The applicant must either be currently in the senior year of high school or a high school graduate. The applicant must also be in need of financial assistance.
Application forms are available at the following locations: Mr. Tom Scheuermann's office at Mariner High School; Century 21 office at 10191 Stringfellow Road in St. James City and Pine Island Library.
The deadline for turning in the applications is April 8, 2013 at the above locations or they may be mailed (postmarked no later than April 8, 2013) to Kiwanis Scholarship Chairman, P.O. Box 111, St. James City, Florida 33956.
The Kiwanis Club of Greater Pine Island is proud to offer scholarships every year to deserving island students who are furthering their education. This is one way we are able to return to the community some of the funds generated by our organization.
Please contact scholarship committee chairperson, Carlyn Herring at 239-282-5610 if you have any questions.
The Matlacha Hookers are proud to announce that the organization will be continuing its tradition of awarding scholarship grants to deserving students.
Application forms became available on Jan. 31 online at matlachahookers.org, as well as at Pine Island Chamber of Commerce, Pine Island Library, Trader's Hitching Post or at any Pine Island bank.
Applications must be postmarked no later than April 12.