2022 Scholarship Application

2022 Springfield Lake Shore Improvement Association Scholarship Fund

At the January 2022 Annual Meeting, members of the Springfield Lake Shore Improvement Association (SLSIA) once again approved to fund the yearly Springfield Lake Shore Improvement Association Scholarship.

This year the scholarships issued will be tendered as a memorial to Sherel Nutt (who believed in the preservation of Lake Springfield, volunteering for community service, and the future of our youth) and as a memorial to Frank and Cinda Edwards who were such a large part of the Springfield community and advocates of Lake Springfield.

All graduating seniors attending a public or private school in the Springfield, Chatham, and Rochester School Districts (districts that border Lake Springfield) are eligible to apply. The senior does not have to live on Lake Springfield. The only requirement is that the student must continue their education this fall, either at a community college or a four-year college or university.

The Association has established a committee to review the applications. Grades, extracurricular activities, community service, two letters of recommendation, and a written essay on “What Lake Springfield means to me” are the key elements of the application.

Applications will be available at each high school in the Springfield, Chatham, and Rochester School Districts, or one can be downloaded by clicking here: 2021 Scholarship Application.

Application materials should be mailed to the address at the top of the application. All application materials must have a postmark date no later than April 1, 2022. No exceptions will be made. Scholarship awards will be announced in early May, prior to high school graduation.

For questions, contact: SLSIA Scholarship Chairman at