Every year the Fin & Feather Club awards a student majoring in the outdoor sciences a $1500 scholarship. The application can be obtained by contacting Laude Hartrum at 231 233-7633 or by obtaining an application on the Fin and Feather website (finandfeatherclub.org).
The applications have to be to the Chairman by May 31st of the year.
The Scholarship Committee selected two recipients for 2022.
The first being Brandon Macker, who will be attending Lake Superior and majoring in Fisheries & Wildlife Management.
The second is Jackson Kimes who will be attending Northern Michigan University and will also be majoring in fisheries and wildlife management.
Trooper Paul Butterfield was killed in the line of duty while patrolling in Mason County. To honor Trooper Butterfield's memory, the Fin & Feather Club has started a Law Enforcement Scholarship through West Shore Community College. Each year a deserving student enrolled in the law enforcement program of West Shore College, receives $1,000 to assist with their tuition. West Shore Community College makes the recommendation, of which outstanding student should receive the scholarship.