Established - 2003
To assist a graduating high school senior interested in
entering the field of health care services which emphasize a life style
of well being, fitness and treatments of a preventative nature.
Recipient must be a graduate of Inglemoor, Bothell or
Woodinville high schools or Secondary Academy for Success. Applicants
should provide evidence of inquiry or volunteer work in their intended
fields of study that could include, but are not limited to, chiropractics,
nutrition, physical therapy, acupuncture, or naturopathic practice.
Financial need will be a consideration in addition to a candidate’s
academic record. Eligible applicants intend to either (1) enroll in
preparatory courses leading to a degree at or (2) attend a post-secondary
school specializing in one of the fields listed above or (3) attend an
institution which offers degrees in any one of those fields.
Applicants should obtain and submit the standard form provided by the
school district. Letters of recommendation from persons actively engaged
in the healthcare services field will be considered.
By an interview process.
The family of Dr. Stoutenburg and the Scholarship Committee of the
Northshore Rotary Club of which Dr. Stoutenburg was a member.
Dr. John Stoutenburg
No scholarship offered in 2013
Dr. Stoutenburg was a member and past president of
Northshore Rotary Club and was a trustee of the Northshore Scholarship
Foundation at the time of his death in 2002. He maintained a
chiropractic office in Woodinville for many years.
is remembered as a lover of the arts, gourmet cook, photographer,
woodworker, and an avid reader and world traveler. In addition to his
love of family and friends, John was extremely active in service
organizations including Rotary International where John was instrumental
in helping organize the Woodinville Rotary, served as President of
Northshore Rotary (1988-89), actively supported the annual Santa
Breakfast and many other Rotary fund raising projects,
John was also very involved in supporting community and business
organizations including: Northshore Performing Arts Association,
Northshore YMCA Board of Managers "Partners with
Youth", Northshore Senior Center and Senior Adult Daycare,
Woodinville Chamber of Commerce and was a director for Banner Bank
(originally Towne Bank of Woodinville).
first scholarship was given in memory of Dr. Stoutenburg, awarded
in the spring of 2004 at the 20th annual Scholarship
Recognition Breakfast at Northshore Senior Center on Thursday, May 27, 2004