I have been thinking avout about creating a scholarship for Laurin for the past year. I have had a few meetings with the financial aid department, and we are ready to make it happen. This scholarship will be in perpetuity, which means it will last forever. And the scholarship will be created from the dividens of the initial contributions! I am still finalizing the details, but my goal is to make this into a scholarship for people who have lost their parents to cancer, just as Laurin did to help ease their financial burden. It costs $25,000 initially to create, and i hope to continue to add over time to help more! I can't think of a tribute more fitting to Laurin's legacy.