The Luck and Waterman Families established this new Fund in loving memory of Alexa. To honor Alexa’s love of literature and the arts, income from the Alexa A. Luck Memorial Fund will be used to support programs and projects in the areas of literacy, the arts and educational services within Roscommon County.
The Andrew Schmidt Trades Scholarship will assist Roscommon County graduates and graduating seniors who are enrolled or enrolling in a skilled craft field through an accredited trade/technical/vocational school, college, university, or community college. Preference will be given to applicants who are enrolled into a qualified apprenticeship program. Eligible students will be able to apply for […]
Ava was born on October 24, 2005. She spent all of her life in Houghton Lake and was entering 10th grade at Houghton Lake High School. She enjoyed basketball, softball, and spending time with her loved ones. The goal of this fund is to create a legacy for Ava and to honor her spirit by […]
The “Big Buck Open” Athletic Scholarship Fund is open to Roscommon High School students entering 9th through 12th grades to attend individual athletic summer camps. The goal of this fund is to offer up to $800 in $100 student scholarships each summer.
Char was born in Dearborn on August 14, 1967. She lived her life in Roscommon, and was a beloved member of the community. Most people knew her as a person who would do anything for anyone, and who possessed a kind and giving heart. Char served as the director of food services for Roscommon Area […]
Beverly Nester was born in Indiana in 1932. Eventually her father took a job in Detroit at Ford Motor Company and the family moved to Michigan. Beverly graduated from Northwestern High School and it was there she met her husband Don. The Nesters lived in Warren where Don worked as a car salesman and Bev […]
This Fund was established in 1998. Income is devoted to projects, causes, activities, or persons which or who serve to protect, improve, enhance, or increase appreciation for the natural environment and clean water of Higgins Lake.
Evelyn Fraser was born in 1910 and during her childhood worked on the family farm in Lyon Township. Evelyn graduated from Grayling High School in 1927. Two years later she married Roy Fraser. She graduated from the Kalamazoo Business College and worked as a bookkeeper for Wyckoff Lumber of Roscommon. Evelyn was instrumental in establishing […]
This Scholarship Fund is used to provide a single scholarship, awarded annually, to a graduating student of Roscommon High School. Students with an affiliation with the Masonic Temple will be given top priority; however, if no student with such an affiliation has applied, a student with the greatest need will be selected.