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2015 FLBC Sportsmanship Scholarship

The Freetown Lakeville Basketball Club is proud to award up to $1,200.00 to be divided among 2-4 eligible graduating high school seniors. The seniors who are eligible must have participated in the FLBC programs (any programs) a minimum of four years, have maintained at least an average GPA of 3.0 on his or her transcript, and submit an essay detailing how participating in the FLBC programs has helped them in life, academics, and athletics. In addition the student(s) must be committed to attend a two or four year accredited college/university and must submit proof of attendance prior to the release of the scholarship money.

All scholarships will be evenly awarded to males and females. Eligible applicants will have been or still are residents of Freetown and Lakeville during your FLBC playing ages (k-8). Eligible applicants are seniors in FLRHS, private schools, Voc. Schools, or are being home schooled.

Application can be found under HANDOUTS.

Freetown Lakeville Basketball Club

In 2007, a group of basketball-enthusiastic parents formed the Freetown-Lakeville Basketball Club (FLBC), a non-profit basketball organization, to develop basketball skills in young girls and boys in the Freetown/Lakeville area. This organization can only be successful with all the help of its volunteers (Board members, Coaches, Parents, Players and Fans).  We need your continuing help and support to make this club work!  With your help, we can provide a rewarding basketball experience for all the young girls and boys in these basketball programs!  FLBC provides both in-town recreational (developmental) and travel (competitive) basketball programs.  The competitive programs are through Cape Code Youth Basketball League (Cape Hoops) and AAU.