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Lions of 5M9 Youth Outreach Scholarships available

To be eligible, the students must have graduated from a high school that is within Lions District 5M9 or their home is in District 5M9.

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The Youth Outreach scholarship committee of Lions District 5M9 is offering up to $12,000 in college scholarships for the 2022-2023 school year.

The application deadline is Nov. 15. Students must be in their final two years of college and have a major which will lead to a career in working with youths.

To be eligible, the students must have graduated from a high school that is within Lions District 5M9 or their home is in District 5M9.

A map and list of 5M9 clubs is available at www.lionsof5m9.org . Click on “Map of 5M9 Clubs” on the right side of the home page.

Scholarship applications are available by contacting a Lions member from one of the clubs or downloading the fillable application from www.lionsof5m9.org . Click on “Forms” or the Youth Outreach image.

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