Every year Newcomers/Longtimers awards scholarships to lake area students.

Every year Newcomers/Longtimers awards scholarships to lake area students.

Students are invited to submit a scholarship application. The applications are then reviewed and each applicant goes through an interview process.

This year’s scholarships were awarded to Jessica Stockton, Tonya Briggs, both working on a degree in education, and Amber Corona who is seeking a degree in business administration at Columbia University

The awarded scholarship funds are raised through the annual home tour. Newcomers/Longtimers is currently hard at work planning its 21st home tour, to be held in May, so that scholarships will again be available in the coming year.

Money raised through the home tour will also be given to Wonderland Camp.

The mission of Wonderland Camp is to provide a fun, educational camp experience for children, teenagers and adults who have disabilities.

Newcomers/Longtimers is in support of this wonderful organization.

Newcomers/Longtimers also provides donations each month to local charities. Charities to receive financial support from Newcomers/Longtimers include CADV, Marine Corp League Color Guard, Kids Harbor, Missouri Forget Me Not Horse Rescue, Lake Area Chorale, PAWS, Lake Regional’s Sexual Assault Response Team and more.