Northshore Scholarship Foundation

Nick Jewett Memorial
Baseball/Softball


Scholarship
Opportunities


Scholarships for those planning to follow a specific career path, including


Art
Athletics
Auto Technology
Aviation
Business
Communications
Drama
Health Services
Music
Teaching

Scholarship opportunities for those interested in more general fields of academic study and vocational preparation are provided through
these memorials:


Anderson

Beckstrom
Betsey
Blakely

BJ Brown
Cook

Forys

Foundation Memorial

Gardner

Hart
Haynes

Inglemoor
Karp

Kaysner-Rivergrove

Keener
Knowles
Lee

Livengood
Lorey

Love
Matthews

Munro
Pride

Sanford

Suarez

T-Mac Award
Weed
Workman

R.C. Worthington, Jr. 
Y
oung

Additional scholarships are offered
by the following organizations:

BHS Alumni
BHS Faculty
Kiwanis Club
Northshore Rotary
Woodinville Chamber of Commerce
Woodinville Rotary

 

Account Established - 1984

Purpose...
  
To assist a promising academic applicant and to enable a student displaying the potential to compete at the collegiate level in baseball or softball. 
Criteria...
  
Applicants must be recommended by high school coach as having potential to compete successfully at the two- or four- year collegiate level and who have shown academic abilities sufficient to predict scholastic success at the college level.
Selection...
  
By interview process following recommendation by coach

Coordinated by
Jewett Baseball Scholarship Committee 
and Kiwanis Club of Northshore

 

 

 

 




Nick Jewett

2013 Scholarship Value...   

No scholarship offered in 2013 

 

 

 

 

 

The memorial...
  
Nick Jewett was a longtime amateur baseball program supporter and youth team sponsor who died in 1984 in an auto accident in eastern Washington while traveling to visit a son at Washington State University.  Nick and his family sponsored and coached many youth baseball organizations in the Northshore area.

   Funds for the endowment account were raised by a Jewett Baseball Scholarship Committee made up of Nick's friends and community leaders. The group sponsored an old-timers' Fourth of July Baseball game in Bothell with all proceeds contributed to the Foundation's Nick Jewett endowment account until over the years the fund grew to exceed $20,000. 
   The Jewett memorial donations were part of funds merged with other scholarship memorials to form the Foundation when it was organized in 1984, shortly after Nick Jewett's death.

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2012 Recipient

Keelin Davis
Woodinville High School
attending Carleton College to
major in history
2011 Recipient

None awarded in 2011
2010 Recipient

Brianna Kastning
Bothell High School
at Western Washington University
in Pre-Med, Biology
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2009 Recipient

None awarded in 2009

2008 Recipient

Christina Rasor
Inglemoor High School, attending
Cornell College in business
2007 Recipient

Samantha Rutherford
Inglemoor High School, attending
Western Washington University
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2006 Recipient

Justin Siu
Inglemoor High School
Plans to attend Linfield College where
he plans to study business.
2005 Recipient

Lauren Keleby
Inglemoor High School
Plans to attend Indiana University and play shortstop on the women's softball team. Her field of study will be biology.


2004 Recipient

Heather Bingisser
Bothell High School
 
Attending Humboldt State University
in California
 

 

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2003 Recipient

Kelly Barlow
Bothell High School
Plans to attend the University of San Francisco 
and work for a degree in communications.
 


  

Mary Hathaway (left)  was the 1999 recipient of the Nick Jewett memorial scholarship. She was headed for Western Washington University to compete in softball. She is pictured here with Carolyn Jewett.
One of the first  recipients was Lisa Carnevali Dunn whose mother, Chris Carnevali, later became  a member of the Woodinville Rotary Club to serve as club president and was later elected to the Foundation board of trustees. 
Previous Recipients 

        Rex Farrand, Inglemoor;
Jeffery Thompson, Anne Stockton, Sean Monica, Sara Erickson, David Quiggle, Scott Moody, Rhonda Carlson, Mary Hathaway,
 Shannon Fritzke,  Elizabeth Gall,  Brian Bauer.

 

 

 

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Bothell Wa 98041

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(206) 890-8346