The Susan Myer Memorial Scholarship

History and Application

Millennium Sertoma Club lost one of its key members who was also a founding member.  Susan Myer believed in all that Sertoma stood for.  Her Service to Mankind included not only with her own club but also for the district and in any other way that she could contribute.   To honor her memory, each July, Millennium Sertoma Club awards up to $250 to a qualified student to use as he/she needs to further their education.  If you are interested, please fill out the following form and and submit to  The club will review the applications and award the scholarship in July as they see fit.

Susan Myer Schoarship Application

2018 - Sarah Morey

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Sarah Morey receives a check from Club President Patty Murphy.  Sarah Morey is an 18 year old singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Tampa, FL. Sarah began playing piano at the age of 5 and, due to her early fascination with music, began songwriting at age 7. Songwriting quickly became her passion and she has now written hundreds of songs. At the age of 10, Sarah began taking guitar and voice lessons from Dr. Jon Bassett and she continues to take lessons from him to date. She accredits much of her musical growth to Dr. Bassett. After learning guitar, Sarah started to pick up a variety of different instruments including ukulele, bass guitar, harp, and mandolin. She has also been involved in a variety of different worship bands growing up and plans to continue playing in worship bands throughout her musical journey.In the fall of 2018, Sarah will be attending Belmont University's Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business in Nashville, TN as a songwriting major.  You can find out more on her website,

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2016 - Garrett Brown

Pictured below is the first Susan Myer Memorial Scholarship recipient, Garrett Brown.  Garrett is profoundly deaf and has previously been to Camp Endeavor on a scholarship provided by Millennium Sertoma Club.   He is headed to The University of Florida to study biology.  He is not sure where this journey will take him but we are sure he will be a success in all the he does

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About Sertoma
Founded in 1912, Sertoma is the third oldest civic service organization. Sertomans total about 11,000 members in clubs throughout the United States. Every year Sertoma clubs raise more than $20 million for community needs. Through these projects, as well as grants and scholarships, Sertoma clubs return those funds to their respective communities. Sertoma’s primary service project is assisting the more than 50 million people with speech-language and hearing disorders.
© Millennium Sertoma Club 2017