-Eligible applicants include graduating high school seniors, college freshmen, 1st year trade school students.
2023 award ($500)
-Application must be received by the club no later than May 15, 2023
-Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form.
When he settled down in Queensbury, NY to raise a family his wife Diane, he began to dedicate his life to helping our community just as he had aided communities in Latin America. This time, he would do it as a business administrator, working for years at Glens Falls Hospital in the mental health unit, and later, working for Warren County, trying to help set up programs for those dealing with drug addiction, homelessness, or abuse in our area.
As his children grew, he encouraged them to join Adirondack Soccer Club (now Northern United), and very soon, he became a coach, a job which he performed with a true joy and dedication. Bob wanted to help the youth of the area to grow up embracing healthy fun and the spirit of the game. He worked to raise up the people of this area, bringing help to those in need and encouraging mental and physical health in his community.
LIGHTFOOTE SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS (school)
2010: Spencer Thibault (Lake George HS)
2011: Caroline Murphy (Lake George HS)
2012: Mackenzie Perkett (Lake George HS)
2013: Mason Vreugde (Lake George HS)
2014: Evan Brooks (South Glens Falls HS) and Emily Lindsay (Lake George HS)
2015: Jessica Quay (Lake George HS) and Patrick Resse (Glens Falls HS)
2017: Geoff Barber (South Glens Falls)
2018: Jacab Helms (Lake George HS) and Tarak Patel (South Glens Falls HS)
2019: Liam Keating (Argyle HS)