Lake DuBay Lions Club Scholarships

The Lake DuBay Lions are happy to be able to support area youth in furthering their education. The guidelines for our scholarships as well as an application form and a map of our service area are noted below. If attending Mosinee High School, it is preferred that you submit your scholarship information as part of their scholarship application program. You may use the attached application form, if desired.

If you would like to apply for this scholarship but are not a Mosinee High School student and still meet the requirements outlined below, you may fill out the form and e-mail it with appropriate attachments or mail to: Lake DuBay Lions Scholarships, 1009 School Road, Mosinee, WI, 54455.


Lake DuBay Lions Club Scholarship Guidelines
Amount of Each Scholarship: $500
Number of Scholarships to be awarded each year: Four


  • Applicant must reside in the Lake DuBay Lions Club service area (outlined on map), or be a child or grandchild of a Lake DuBay Lion.
  • Applicant must have had a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 on a 4-point scale.
  • Applicant must be a student beginning his/her first year of higher education.
  • Scholarship may be used at any accredited institution of higher learning.
  • Student must be a full-time student. (12 credit minimum)

Application Procedure:

Applicant must complete Lake DuBay Lions Club Scholarship application form and return no later than March 25 (or date noted in Mosinee Scholarship Program packet, whichever is later).  Click here to download application form.

Copy of High School transcript must be included with scholarship application form. (Note: if applying through the Mosinee Scholarship Program, they will include the transcript.)

Selection Procedure:

The applications of all qualifying candidates will be reviewed by the Education Committee of the Lake DuBay Lions. The committee will select the recipient of the scholarship, plus a first and second alternate.

Scholarship Administration:

Scholarship monies will be awarded in the form of a check made out to the recipient and the post secondary school they will be attending.

Money may be used for tuition, room and board.

Unused Scholarship:

If the scholarship money will not be used by the chosen recipient, the alternate will receive the scholarship.