Glen Mowrey and the Police Activities League Combine on Scholarship


SIAC’s Glen Mowery and the Charlotte-Mecklenburg (North Carolina) Police Activities League (PAL) are combining on a scholarship to help educate youth. We are blessed to have people like Glen on our staff. The work we do, whether for SIAC or in our personal lives, extends beyond the security industry and alarm management issues, and into the communities we live in.

The character our SIAC staff exhibit is demonstrated by Glen’s commitment to help students get financial access to college. We’re proud of you, Glen.

The full PAL letter is reprinted below.

P.A.L… Committed to helping Educate Our Youth

Hello:

The Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Activities League (PAL) Youth Organization is pleased to announce its 2015 Annual PAL-Glen Mowrey College Scholarship Award. This award consists of awarding annually, two single $1,500 one time scholarships to deserving and qualified college-bound PAL participants who have participated in PAL programs for at least three (3) years, and who has demonstrated academic success and community engagement.

The Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Activities League is a 501 C 3 non-profit youth organization under the direct supervision of a committed organizational Board of Directors, whose mission is: “To provide opportunities for the youth of our community that fosters their leadership and citizenship skills through Academics and Athletics”.
PAL is supported in part by the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department, the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office and a host of local, regional, and National organizations, corporations and individual donors.

The PAL-Glen Mowrey College Scholarship Award is so named because of the years of hard work, dedication, and support that was, and still is, provided by former Deputy Chief Glen Mowrey during his tenure in the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department. Now retired, Deputy Chief Mowrey still remains a staunch supporter of PAL, and its many programs that annually serves approximately 850 children of the Charlotte Mecklenburg community.

The annual PAL-Glen Mowrey College Scholarships will be awarded and presented to the two (2) selected candidates on Monday, June 8th, 2015 at the annual PAL Chief’s Challenge Charity Golf Classic hosted at Trump National Golf Club.

Applications must be submitted to the PAL Scholarship Committee by Friday, May 29th, 2015 by 5:00pm for review and consideration, from which two recipients may be chosen. The PAL Scholarship Committee is comprised of select members of the PAL Staff and/or Board of Directors.

We look forward to aiding and assisting some of our communities’ youth with providing them college financial assistance. But most importantly, PAL and Glen Mowrey are excited about supporting our youth to Dream – Hope – Believe & Achieve.

Sincerely,

Jeff Hood
PAL, Executive Director

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