The One on One Program
The One on One Program was named after leading all time college basketball scorer and Hall of Fame Basketball great Pistol Pete Maravich. The One on One program asks one volunteer to commit to helping another in need after they have been helped.
There are two areas we are specifically focused on:
This one on one program will award students with various scholarships, providing a unique experience in their life. Just out of the gates we have a baseball and fishing scholarship. Our goal is to help military families first, and eventually other areas.
This is designed to have an individual mentor for the needs of the military soldiers serving our country. Each individual will be challenged to do the same one on one mentoring for another when they have completed the program.
the julie martin fishing scholarship
Julie began tournament fishing in 1972
In 1976, she was the only woman to compete in the National Bass Casters Association (BCA) Pro-Am Circuit, finishing in 5th place overall in the amateur division.
In 1978, Julie was a co-founder of Missouri's first women's bass club, was angler of the year four of seven years in the Ozarks Anglerettes, and was angler of the year in 1988 & 89 in the Ozark Mountain Bass N' Gals.
Julie joined the Lady Bass Professional Circuit in 1985.
"She placed 1st at the Kentucky Invitational on Kentucky Lake with 21 bass weighing 50.00 pounds and a 5.09 lunker."
Julie fished the U.S. Open tournament on Lake Mead and finished 40th out of a field of 287 anglers which only included 2 other women. This was the highest finish by a woman in the U.S. Open.
In 1980, Julie qualified in 10th place and finished 15th in the Bass N' Gals National Classic, which consisted of the top 30 female anglers in the world.