Scholarship Administration and Funding
The scholarship is administered and funded* by TBLA in the amount of $3000.00*/year.  Note *Private donations will also be accepted to the Scholarship Fund from year to year.  The Scholarship may be increased to more than the base $3,000 amount, depending on donations received beyond the funds provided by TBLA.

Selection Criteria
The Scholarship will be awarded to a graduating high school senior or enrolled college student that resides, or has resided in the Toledo Bend Lake Area, or who have spent significant time enjoying Toledo Bend Lake.

The scholarship will be awarded based on the Candidate’s scholastic record, economic need, field of study, and essay submittal.  The Candidate’s field of study is not limited to any particular field.  Preference will be given, however, to those Candidates whose areas of study are related to advancing wildlife or fisheries sciences that could potentially benefit Toledo Bend or other lakes in the future. The Scholarship Committee will also consider qualified candidates planning to study any general science, marketing, engineering, medical or environmental fields of study.

How to Apply
Candidates must submit a one to three-page essay on the topic of “Toledo Bend, What the Lake has meant to me and why I should be considered for a Glynn Carver Memorial Scholarship”.  Essays, along with the Scholarship Application and Parent/Guardian Authorization Form  (Click Here to download) should be submitted to:

Toledo Bend Lake Association                           
Attention Scholarship Committee
P.O. Box 1031
Many, La.  71449

Please contact Gary Moore at 281-798-7131 if there are any questions regarding a scholarship application submittal.

Glynn Carver
A True Toledo Bend Giant, Student, Teacher, Fishing Industry Visionary and Pioneer, Outdoorsman, and Business Leader

The Toledo Bend Lake Association has established a memorial scholarship fund to honor Glynn Carver for his life, his achievements, and his unequaled impact on Toledo Bend and the surrounding communities. Glynn’s vision and leadership were instrumental in the development of Toledo Bend and to the benefit of the Lake, its residents, businesses, and its infinite number of visitors over the first fifty years of the Lake’s history.  Glynn’s contributions to the Lake area will continue to be impactful into the future. Glynn believed in education and benefited greatly from his own scholastic achievements.

The Glynn Carver Memorial Scholarship Fund will honor and memorialize Glynn and inspire future students to carry on his legacy to the Toledo Bend community, and beyond.

The 2021 Glynn Carver Memorial Scholarship for $3000 has been awarded to Logan Williams of Shelbyville High School. Logan plans to attend Texas A&M University in the fall and will be studying to earn a veterinarian degree. 

A second scholarship in the amount of $2000 was awarded to Autumn Griffin of Hemphill High School. Autumn plans to attend Stephen F. Austin and seek a degree in biology or environmental engineering, with the goal to ultimately earn a degree in medicine. 

TBLA congratulates these two outstanding students and all of the applicants for the Glynn Carver Memorial Scholarship.

50 years of Serving Toledo Bend Lake