Katy Reeves Performing
Arts Scholarship

The Katy Reeves Performing Arts Scholarship (the “Scholarship”) was established in 2004 by Jack and Carol Reeves in memory of their daughter Katy, who died tragically in 2003, together with funds raised by the Keith Clifton Family.
Funds are donated to the Spokane Rotary Foundation and are intended to fund the Katy Reeves Performing Arts Scholarship. The Scholarship is to provide funds to worthy applicants for post-secondary education in dance, music (voice or instrumental), or theater.
The Scholarship is administered by the Vocational Service Committee of The Rotary Club of Spokane #21 (“VSC”). The Scholarship is intended to provide assistance to ANY applicant the VSC deems worthy through the application and qualification process.
Applications will be distributed through regional dance studios, local area theaters, and area high schools (both public and private).
Approximately five (5) percent of the value of the fund will be awarded in a given year.
Funds for the 2024 year currently support up to five (5) Scholarships at a minimum of $1,000 per scholarship.  A $750.00 - $1,000.00 scholarship is typical of those awarded to high school seniors through VSC.
To apply, download the application located in the 'download files' section at the top of this page. 

Rotary Club 21 Youth Services Committee Emerging Artist Award

The Emerging Artist Award seeks to spotlight students in the 9th -11th grade to recognize excellence, innovation, and creativity. Students receiving this award demonstrate determination, passion, and participation. Rotary Club 21, a service organization, is part of a global network of more than 1.2 million Rotarians working worldwide to promote health, education, and peace through fellowship and service using our resources to make our community and world a better place.
The Rotary Club 21 Youth Services Committee focuses its funding on projects which address the needs that nurture children in our community to help them develop the skills, attitudes, and values needed to become responsible adult citizens. Students may nominate themselves or be nominated by fellow students or arts educators/leaders in their lives. To apply for the Rotary 21 Emerging Artist Award please complete the nomination form located under the 'download files' on the top of the page. 
Selected awardees will be given a $200 cash award to support their art. They will also be invited to celebrate their creativity at a Rotary Club 21 luncheon.
Application Qualifications:
  • Students who apply/are nominated must be a high school Freshman to Junior or 9th to 11th year equivalent. 
  • Students must be enrolled in a Spokane area high school or home school equivalent program.
  • Applications must include a letter of recommendation from one teacher/arts professional associated with the student.
  • Student creates art in any of the following forms:
    • Musical Arts
    • Theatrical Arts & Stagecraft
    • Visual Arts
    • Creative Writing
    • Performance Arts
    • Fine/Studio Arts
    • Graphic Design/Media Arts