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FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative Awards 30 Scholarships

FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative Awards 30 Scholarships
Scholarships are worth more than $26,000.

FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative has awarded 30 scholarships worth more than $26,000 to high school and college students pursuing postsecondary education.

FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative Awards 30 Scholarships

This year's scholarship recipients include: Lilly Schmidt, Birnamwood; Tony Weier, Dodgeville; Elizabeth Limberg, Glenbeulah; Joanna Wavrunek, Denmark,; Derek Kamphuis, Brandon; Joshua Hoewisch, Fremont; Jaclyn Peterson, Wilson; Dale Hodgson, Plymouth; Nicholas Steger, Theresa; Valerie Kramer, St. Cloud; Alex Huibregtse, Plymouth; Karsen Haag, Mt. Horeb; Kelly Mercier, Colby; Emily Rebhan, Cazenovia; Danielle Hoesly, Granton; Alexandra Holub, Boyd; Logan Voights, Platteville; Anthony David Schmitz, Fond du Lac; Jade Pinter, Curtiss; Katie Martin, Rubicon,  Aaron Frisk, New Lisbon; Brittany Zellmer, Montello; Jon Heeringa, Fox Lake,  Kelsey Woldt, Brillion; Austin Warner, New Prague, Minn.; Megan Viland, Pipestone, Minn,; Amanda Hoefler, New Vienna, Iowa; Catherine Decker, Dubuque, Iowa; Katherine Herrig, Bellevue, Iowa; and Logan Worden, Oelwein, Iowa.

Scholarship recipients were selected based on leadership, scholastic achievement, extracurricular activities, essay responses and their future plans and career goals. All members of FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative and their children attending four-year universities, two-year technical programs or short courses and high school seniors planning for postsecondary education were eligible to apply for the scholarships.

Source: FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative
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