The Bernard Boyer Scholarship
This scholarship was created in 2002 in memory of Bernard S. Boyer, a past master of Benevolent and Secretary of Benevolent for over 50 years. The applicant must be the son, daughter, or grandchild of a member, in good standing with Benevolent Lodge No. 3. The applicant must be graduating from a state accredited high school educational program and have been accepted into an accredited higher education program at a 2-year or 4-year college or university. This includes technical colleges. In 2019 the lodge expanded the Bernard Boyer Scholarship to include continued undergraduate education.
Bernard Boyer Higher Education Scholarship Form
Bernard Boyer Continuing Education Scholarship Form
The George Griffin Scholarship
Brother George Griffin was Master of Benevolent Lodge No. 3 in 1981 and has been a dedicated member for over 50 years. Scholarships will be for $500.00 each per semester or quarter. The applicant must be accepted to or be enrolled in an accredited higher education college or technical school program. If applying for the second through the eighth scholarship, please include a copy of your most recent college transcript. The applicant may qualify for the scholarship eight times during their college career for a maximum of $4,000.00. Those brothers seeking an advanced college degree may receive an additional scholarship up to eight times for a maximum of $4000.00. The total maximum amount a brother could receive is $8,000.00 ($4,000.00 for an undergraduate degree and $4,000.00 for a graduate degree). The awards do not have to be in consecutive years or college terms.
Benevolent Lodge George Griffin Scholarship
The Benevolent Lodge Grad School Scholarship
The applicant must be accepted to or be enrolled in an accredited graduate school program. The applicant must be the son, daughter, or grandchild of a member, in good standing with Benevolent Lodge No. 3. The applicant may qualify for the scholarship twice during their graduate school career (for a maximum of $1000.00). The two awards do not have to be in consecutive years.