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 MOAACC SCHOLARSHIPS

Each year beginning in 1984, The Cape Canaveral Chapter of The Military Officers Association of America has awarded Scholarship grants to descendants and wards of active duty or retired members of the Uniformed Services of the United States (includes Regular, National Guard or Reserve enlisted and officers of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, NOAA or USPHS). The quantity and value of the scholarships vary from year to year. In 2007, we awarded 12 scholarships worth $3,500 each. In 2008, we awarded 10 scholarships worth $3,500 each and from 2009 through 2012 we awarded 10 scholarships worth $3,000 each. In 2013, nine scholarships worth $3,000 were awarded and in 2014, ten scholarships worth $3000 were awarded. $532,000 has been given to recipients since 1984.
The Scholarship Selection Committee accepts applications starting on 1 January of each year. The deadline for submission of applications is 15 June. Late applications will not be accepted!  The Scholarships are presented at the monthly MOAACC Luncheon in July. The recipient is a guest of the Chapter and any family or friends are welcome at the regular price of $13.00 per person. If the recipient cannot attend, one family member can accept for her/him with no charge for the lunch. 

 

DONATIONS TO THE MOAACC SCHOLARSHIP FUND

 

The goal of the MOAACC Scholarship Corporation is to obtain a scholarship fund of $1,000,000 raised from donations and investments so that 10 scholarship grants worth $5,000 each can be awarded to promising future leaders of our country on an annual basis. 

Your continued help is needed for the scholarship fund to reach its goal.  How can you help?

1.       You can donate funds to honor (In honor of) living family members, friends and associates throughout the year.  Occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, achievements, and thank-you notes are great ways to honor people to let them know you are thinking of them, wishing them well, and want to stay in contact with them.  Donors contributing $500 or more will be our guest at the July scholarship luncheon.

2.      You can donate funds to memorialize (In memory of) family members, friends and associates throughout the year.  “Donations in Lieu of Flowers” and annual remembrances are perfect ways to memorialize people you love and cherish.  Donors contributing $500 or more will be our guest at the July scholarship luncheon.

3.      You can donate to the scholarship fund drive held annually from April through June.  Your generosity during this campaign, combined in mass with the generosity of other members and contacts, will ensure that the scholarship corporation continues to award significant scholarship grants to worthy students who will become future leaders of our country.  Donors contributing $500 or more will be our guest at the July scholarship luncheon.

4.      You can become a ‘Distinguished Donor’ by donating $1,000 or more.  A Distinguished Donor will be recognized as below.

a.       Be our guest at the next July scholarship luncheon.

b.      Present a one-time scholarship grant in the donor’s name to a winning student at the July scholarship luncheon.

c.      Receive a Distinguished Donor certificate.

d.      Have the donor’s name engraved on the Distinguished Donors plaque displayed at the Tides club.

e.      Be our guest at various social activities held by the scholarship corporation for one year. 

5.      You can become a ‘Named Scholarship’ donor by donating $10,000 or more.  A Named Scholarship donor will be recognized as below.

a.      Be our guest at every July scholarship luncheon.

b.      Present a scholarship grant in the donor’s name to a winning student at every July scholarship luncheon.

c.      Receive a Named Scholarship Donor certificate.

d.      Receive a Named Scholarship trophy.

e.      Have the donor’s name engraved on the Named Scholarship Donor plaque displayed at the Tides club.

f.       Be our guest at various social activities held by the scholarship corporation.

Please mail your donations to MOAACC Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 254708, Patrick AFB, FL 32925-4708.


 

SCHOLARSHIP CORPORATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS

BrigGen Gordon P. (Bat) Masterson, USAF Ret, Chairman

Mrs. Roslyn Bates, AUX, Secretary

LTC Steve Turner, USA Ret, Treasurer

CAPT Ernest Joy, USN Ret, Director

CDR Fred Reeg Jr., USN Ret, Director 

Col Susan Neugebauer, USAF Ret, Director

 CDR Courtney Yelle, USN Ret, Director

Maj Henry "Hank"  Barker, USAF Ret, Advisor   

 

SCHOLARSHIP FINANCE COMMITTEE 

LTC Steve Turner, USA Ret, Treasurer

Mrs. Roslyn Bates, AUX, Asst. Treasurer

 

SCHOLARSHIP SELECTION COMMITTEE 

CAPT Ernest Joy, USN Ret, Chairman

Col Mark Hiebert, USAF Ret, Secretary 

COL Erwin Hamm, USAR Ret

CDR Charles McRae, USN Ret

Cozette Merritt, AUX 

1LT Cheri Hawes, USA

 

SCHOLARSHIP DONOR RECRUITMENT COMMITTEE

Col Susan Neugebauer, USAF Ret, Chairman 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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