May 22, 2018 | View All Issues
Submitted by Alyssa Perry, Glenn County 4-H Program Representative
2018 GLENN COUNTY 4-H SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED
Seven outstanding Glenn County 4-H graduating seniors were selected on April 25, 2018, to receive a total of $2,850.00 in scholarships, reports Glenn County 4-H Program Representative, Alyssa Perry. Those receiving scholarships are Shelby Weinrich, Katherine Taylor, Garrett Otterson, Chase Butterfield, Kathy Valle, Maci Amaro and Tate Gruenwald.
SHELBY WEINRICH of the Clover 4-H Club is the recipient of a $500.00 Glenn County 4-H Council Scholarship. She has been in 4-H for 10 years and is a senior at CORE Butte Charter High School & Butte College. She has participated in numerous projects including pigs and beef. Shelby has earned the Platinum Star Rank, has held the office of Club President for several years and Club Treasurer, and enjoys setting great examples for the younger members in her club. She was on the B.L.A.S.T. and All Star Team. Shelby plans to attend Oklahoma State University and major in Agriculture Law.
KATHERINE TAYLOR of the Clover 4-H Club, is the recipient of a $500 Glenn County 4-H Council Scholarship. She has been in 4-H for 9 years and is a senior at Willows High School. She has participated, as a teen leader, in many 4-H projects including Recordkeeping, iSprout and Camp Counselor. She has earned the Platinum Star Rank and credits 4-H for many of her life skills. Katherine will be attending Oregon State University in the fall and will be majoring in Food Science and Technology with a minor in Spanish.
GARRETT OTTERSON of the Clover 4-H Club, is
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