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Youth Outreach scholarships available

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

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BEMIDJI — 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 youth, a release said.

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 are available on the lionsof5m9.org website by clicking on “Map of 5M9 Clubs” on the right side of the home page.

Scholarship applications are available by contacting a Lions member from a local Lions Club or downloading the fillable application from the website.

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