Charitable Grant / Gold Key

Charitable Grant / Gold Key

The Michigan Elks Association Charitable Grant Fund Scholarship Commission, also known as the “Gold Key Scholarship Fund”, was established by the Board of Trustees of the Michigan Elks Association to provide a post secondary education scholarship for special needs students to be funded through individual donor contributions. For the purpose of this scholarship “Special Needs” is a student that is physically challenged, currently eligible for special education services under the Federal guidelines or as may be approved by the Gold Key Commission of the Michigan Elks Association. The scholarship, which is $2000.00 a year, which maybe renewable for up to 3 additional years, is intended to aid those qualifying applicants (graduating seniors) who could not other wise do so, to continue their education or training past high school at either an accredited college, university or a licensed trade or vocational school to help them become self-respecting, self-reliant, and self-supporting members of society.

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Executive Director

Kevin Quinn
Grand Rapids #48
Home: 616-791-6379
goldkey@mielks.org

Metro District #4200

Diana Armstrong - Chaplain
Pontiac-Waterford #810
goldkeyme@mielks.org

Northeast District #4240

Michael Bowman - Vice Chair
Tawas Area #2525
Cell: 810-560-1249
goldkeyne@mielks.org

Upper Peninsula District #4280

Michael Ilmonen - Secretary
Negaunee #1116
Cell: 906-360-0825
goldkeyup@mielks.org

Northwest District #4320

Joan Rowland - Treasurer
Traverse City #323
Home: 231-218-5390
goldkeynw@mielks.org

Southeast District #4360

Geno Grabinski - Chairman
Livonia #2246
Cell - 248-417-6362
goldkeyse@mielks.org

Southwest District #4400

Scott McKenzie - Sgt at Arms
Battle Creek #131
Cell: 269-967-2801
goldkeysw@mielks.org

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