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The Kiwanis Club of St. Petersburg
The Al Muter Scholarship
scholarship is for High School Seniors in St.
$12,000 ($3000 per year for 4 years)
March 31, 2012
Applicants must be residents of St. Petersburg while in High School. The
recipient must show proof of employment while in
Download, Print and
Complete Application. Attach Transcripts and
essay and deliver to:
Kiwanis Club of St. Petersburg
Al Muter Scholarship
P.O. Box 12686
St. Petersburg, Florida 33733
applications must be signed and accompanied by
essay and official school transcripts.
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The Jim Fischer - Skip Carr Scholarship
Since 2004, the Kiwanis Club
of St. Petersburg has
provided college scholarships to over 120 students.
Our Club has joined with the
Pinellas Education Foundation and the St.
Petersburg Mayor's Doorway Scholarship
Program to provide free college tuition to
deserving students. Students are selected during
Grades 4-9 by the Pinellas Education Foundation
based on financial need, good grades and
attendance. If they maintain that status through
graduation from High School, they will received free
college tuition. Mentoring is also part of the
The Jim Fischer Scholarship
Fund was established in 2004 in honor of one of our
most distinguished members. H. James Fischer passed
away in 2004 from non-Hodgkins lymphoma. Mr.
Fischer grew up and lived in St. Petersburg. He was
a graduate of St. Petersburg High School, St.
Petersburg Junior College, USF and Stetson Law
School. Before going to Stetson, he taught physical
education at Tyrone Middle School and was the middle
school basketball coach of former USF Football Coach Jim
Mr. Fischer practiced law in St Petersburg
from 1975 until his death. He was a past president
of the St. Petersburg Bar Association, Suncoasters
of St. Petersburg and our Kiwanis Club. He served as
counsel for the Tampa Bay Sports Commission and was
involved with many others in the efforts to bring
Major League Baseball and the NCAA Final Four to
Mr. Fischer was a very active leader in our area. He touched
many lives and was a best friend to many people.
Those of us who were close to Jim organized the
Scholarship Fund in order to perpetuate his legacy
of community service.
Mr. Fischer's wife, Suzi, is
mentoring our first Scholarship recipient. Mrs.
Fischer is a retired Pinellas County teacher and
administrator. She is an active member of our
Click here to get more
information from Pinellas Education Foundation.
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