Beaver Island Lighthouse School Receives Scholarship Donation From Local Church
The Beaver Island Lighthouse School will be able to present a scholarship to one of its graduates this spring thanks to a generous donation from the island's Lighthouse Fellowship Church. The student selected to receive the $200 scholarship will be able to use it for post-secondary education expenses.
"The members of the Lighthouse Fellowship have been supporters and advocates of our school for quite some time and this is just a monetary example of all they do for us," said Ken Roehling, Beaver Island Lighthouse School education specialist.
The scholarship will be presented at the Lighthouse School's spring Completion/Graduation Ceremony May 16 at the Charlevoix VFW hall.
For information on how you can make a contribution to the Beaver Island Lighthouse School Contributions webpage.
The Beaver Island Lighthouse school is a co-educational, residential high school for students ages 16-21 who may be having difficulty making positive choices in the areas of academics and social environments.
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