Recreation Benefit Fund
Financial Aid Program for Children, Seniors and Disabled Adults
The Recreation Benefit Fund (RBF) is a financial assistance program funded by the City of Lynnwood, local businesses and organizations. RBF provides financial support for children 17 years and younger, seniors and disabled adults who live within the Lynnwood city limits and who wish to participate in recreation activities.
Participants who qualify will receive a 75% discount on course fees. The maximum benefit per person is $200.00 per year as funds are available.
You may qualify for RBF if you live within the Lynnwood city limits and are in the Free Lunch Program through the Edmonds School District or have a letter of Permanent Disability from the Social Security Administration. If you do not receive these benefits a current copy of your Federal Income tax return can be used for eligibility. Information is reviewed and verified by the Recreation Benefit Fund staff only. All information is kept confidential.
Application period for 2015 scholarships is open. Return your completed form to the Recreation Center Customer Service desk to apply.
RBF Application Forms
Child (English) (Spanish)
Disabled (English) (Spanish)
Senior Adult 62+ (English)
Donations are always needed and appreciated. If you or your business with to make a contribution please call us at 425-670-5732.
2015 PaR 4 Kids Golf Tournament
Lynnwood Parks & Recreation Foundation Fundraiser
12:30PM Shotgun Start | July 31
Check-in & Lunch at 11:30am
$90/player or $360/Foursome | $14 Cart or $5 Handcart (optional)
Sponsors: Swedish|Edmonds and Copiers Northwest
Download Entry Form
Randy Terlicker Memorial Scholarship
The Randy Terlicker Memorial Scholarship is a financial assistance program funded by private donations. Applications for 2016 scholarships for lifeguard training classes is now open. See application requirements and form for more information.
Applicants for this scholarship must be:
- Between the ages of 15 - 20 years old
- Live within the Edmonds School District boundary
- Have an qualified income level or be a recipient of the Free Lunch Program through the Edmonds School District.
- Meet the swimming qualification for lifeguard training.
Participants who qualify will receive a 100% discount on registration fees for lifeguard training at the Lynnwood Recreation Center. A $35 certificate fee is due to American Red Cross to access online materials. To apply, complete the application form and submit it with a letter of interest describing why you are applying for this scholarship and how - if you are awarded a scholarship - you will fulfill Randy’s legacy.
See application requirements and form for more information.
About the Randy Terlicker Scholarship
The Randy Terlicker Memorial Aquatics and Life Safety Scholarship program was established by the City of Lynnwood in 1995. The scholarship is awarded to those desiring to improve themselves and their community through education and training in aquatics, life safety, and related areas of study.
Randy Terlicker was the Lynnwood Aquatics Supervisor from 1988 to 1990. In 1990, he became a Seattle Firefighter while continuing to teach Water Safety Instructor, CPR, and First Aid classes at the Recreation Center. Randy lost his life in the line-of-duty as a firefighter on January 5, 1995. This scholarship was established to commemorate Randy’s dedication to safety and his high standards of excellence.
Donations for the Randy Terlicker Memorial Scholarship can me made at the Recreation Center (cash, check or credit card) or by mail (check only), payable to the City of Lynnwood with RTMS in register line.
Randy Terlicker Scholarship
C/O City of Lynnwood
Attn: Sarah Olson
PO Box 5008
Lynnwood, WA 98046-5008