There is a new scholarship available for students at Lewis and Clark Community College. The Alton-Godfrey Rotary Club is Establishing an Industrial Arts Scholarship that will save some lucky student $3000 on tuition. The Rotary Club is also increasing its annual Student of the Year Scholarship. Beginning this fall, a $3000 scholarship will be awarded annually to a student in the Vocational Arts Program at Lewis and Clark. The award is named in honor of Alton-Godfrey Rotarian Bill Moyer, one of the most active members. Moyer is a contractor and a patron of the vocational arts. The Student of the Year Scholarship has also been raised from $5000 to $6000. Alton-Godfrey Rotary Club President John Hopkins tells The Big Z the club supports students in every field.
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The club has committed the proceeds from the Gordon F. Moore “Service Above Self” Awards banquet on April 23 to help fund both the increase of the Student of the Year Scholarship and the new Bill Moyer Scholarship. The winner of the new scholarship will be announced at the club’s meeting on June 8 at the Jerry Costello River Research facility on Route 3.