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Foxboro Jaycees Scholarships

The Foxboro Jaycees annual $500 scholarship will be awarded to an individual enrolled in a two or four year college, a technical institute, school of nursing, post graduate school or other accredited secondary program who demonstrates a commitment to community service.

Who is eligible for this scholarship? Foxboro area applicants must be enrolled in a 2 or 4 year college, technical institute, school of nursing, post graduate school or other education program beyond high school.

The scholarships are given in loving memory of Fred George and Dave Brown, two long-time Jaycees who exemplified community service and service to humanity.

Look for the entry announcement and details each year in early spring!



Dave Brown
Dave’s journey with the Jaycees began in 1985 and lasted almost 40 years. He passed away in 2023. Among his many projects, the Haunted House was one of his proudest and most impactful contributions for many years, and he chaired the Concerts on the Common series, a program that brings music to our community and allows families to celebrate together. Have you seen the signs around town that say, The Foxboro Jaycees Welcome you? Well, that was one of Dave’s projects. Like all Jaycees, Dave extended his service to other areas, such as town government, helping with the Zoning board and with elections. He is a reminder that we all have a role to play in our community, and it begins by modeling leadership through service in our own backyard.

Fred George, Jr.
Fred George, Jr. who lost his battle to cancer in December 2018. Fred had spent countless hours assisting with Jaycees community projects and embracing leadership roles when needed to do so. Even when he was ill, he showed up to take part in many projects and was always willing to step up and volunteer even when it was difficult for him. We remember him fondly as a loving father with a big heart to his two sons Nathan and Brendan, a wonderful role model who
embodied Jaycees values of friendship and compassion.

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