LaPorte Service League awards scholarships to twin brother and sister

Mason and Alexa Kosior. (Photo provided)

Information provided

Twins Alexa and Mason Kosior, both 2017 LaPorte High School graduates, have each been awarded a $500 scholarship from the LaPorte Service League.

At their June meeting, league members recognized Alexa and Mason for their demonstrated commitment to community service. Both were active in many groups, including Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society, and school advisory councils.

Mason was awarded the Jack Whitted Scholarship and will attend Purdue University pursuing an engineering design degree. Jack was a strong creative force behind the innovative Service League play sets for many years, as his wife Georgia was a longtime active member and actress on-stage. This award commemorates his invaluable volunteer support.

Alexa received the LaPorte Service League Scholarship and she also will attend Purdue, majoring in communications and art. The Service League Scholarship is presented to a student in an art-related field.

For more information about the many local volunteer services provided by the League, including the popular annual play, visit

No comments.

Leave a Reply