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Captains Bob May and Doug Beck with the Captains Association of Missouri awarded the Bob Mogan Scholarship to Rodrigo  Novales. May of 2024

This Scholarship is available to any Lake Career & Technical Center  (LCTC) student currently enrolled in a marine or power sport and/or welding and fabrication related class & planning to attend a post secondary school for training in the Marine Service Technology or Welding & Metal Fabrication field.  Emphasis will be awarded to those students that intend to return to Lake of the Ozarks and work for a Lake of the Ozarks Marine Member.

This is the second year the Captains Association of Missouri has been privileged to aid an student to achieve education and career goals.

The Captains Association Of Missouri was pleased to present a $1500.00 scholarship at the Annual Lake Career and Technical Center to Karson George  who is a student of the  Marine Service Technology Program, 2024.

Karson George is a fourth-year student in the LCTC Marine & Powersports Program. After graduation, he plans to attend LCTC’s Adult Marine Service Technology program. In his time at LCTC, he has earned Mercury Marine and OSHA 10 certifications as well as completed participated in Work Based Learning at Kelly’s Port.

The check was presented by Captains Bob May and Glen Treankler pictured with Karson George.

Congratulations to Drake Hess, LCTC Grad that earned a $1500 check from the Captain’s Association of Missouri to help him get started as a marine mechanic. He Is full time now at Premier 54 Advantage.

Hurricane Ian has devastated the Ft Myers Beach FL area.  Many Lake of the Ozarks residents have strong ties to the area, as many of the Captains Association of Missouri work and live there when our season ends and Ft Myers begins. Captains Association of Missouri is please to donate a check for $1000.00 to help Ft . Myers recovery.