Ralph Lockerbie Goshen Kiwanis Scholarship
The Ralph G. Lockerbie Goshen Kiwanis Scholarship was established by Mrs. Rita C. Lockerbie on behalf of her beloved husband, Ralph G. Lockerbie. He moved to Goshen with his parents at the age of three. His roots took hold at an early age and would stay with him as he faithfully served the Goshen community for more than 60 years. One of Ralph’s many commitments was his 26 year-long involvement with the Goshen Noon Kiwanis, serving as its president and the voice of the county fair parade, which the club organizes. Ralph also volunteered for more than 25 years at the Goshen relays and sectionals, serving as head timer. Ralph and Rita’s strong belief was that all children should be afforded the chance to pursue higher education. It is with this goal in mind that Rita established this scholarship in his honor, to assist students of Goshen High School who are Key Club members in pursuing a formal education. Students with a strong emphasis on community volunteerism will be given special consideration.
- A resident of Elkhart County for at least one year
- Goshen or Fairfield High School Graduating Senior
- Students having attained Core 40 or Indiana Academic Honors Diploma or equivalent
- Graduating member of the Key Club (Preference)
- Students planning to enroll in an accredited college or university
- Students planning to pursue a four-year college degree program
Awards: One award is given every year in the amount of $1,250 per year for each of 4 years for a total award of $5,000. Future growth of this fund may allow for an increased number of awards or scholarship amounts and is at the discretion of the Community Foundation’s Scholarship Committee.