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N.D. 4-H Foundation Awards Scholarships

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Traci Lagein, Towner County (Photo courtesy of Traci Lagein) Traci Lagein, Towner County (Photo courtesy of Traci Lagein)
Mary Hintz, Morton County (Photo courtesy of Mary Hintz) Mary Hintz, Morton County (Photo courtesy of Mary Hintz)
Alanna Ivers, Grand Forks County (Photo courtesy of Alanna Ivers) Alanna Ivers, Grand Forks County (Photo courtesy of Alanna Ivers)
Mikayla Fingarson, Walsh County (Photo courtesy of Mikayka Fingarson) Mikayla Fingarson, Walsh County (Photo courtesy of Mikayka Fingarson)
Jaelyn Lardy, Cass County (Photo courtesy of Jaelyn Lardy) Jaelyn Lardy, Cass County (Photo courtesy of Jaelyn Lardy)
Marissa Tuhy, Stark-Billings County (Photo courtesy of Marissa Tuhy) Marissa Tuhy, Stark-Billings County (Photo courtesy of Marissa Tuhy)
Ten 4-H’ers received scholarships.

The North Dakota 4-H Foundation has awarded 10 scholarships to 4-H members for 2017.

The scholarships and recipients are:

  • Eleanor R. Schultz Memorial Scholarship ($300) - Traci Lagein, Towner County
  • Rosevold Memorial Scholarship ($400) - Mary Hintz, Morton County
  • Farm & Ranch Guide ($500) - Dietrich Schlichtmann, Traill County
  • North Dakota 4-H Foundation Scholarship (in honor of Erwin and Nora Klusmann and John Norgaard, $350) - Alanna Ivers, Grand Forks County
  • John DeKrey Jr. and Hannah DeKrey Scholarship ($750) - Cierra Dockter, Kidder County
  • John D. Paulson Memorial Award ($1,000 each) - Mikayla Fingarson and Rebecca Klose, Walsh County
  • Kelci Jo Willson Memorial Award ($500) - Jaelyn Lardy, Cass County
  • Steve E. and Mary M. Tuhy Scholarship ($500) - Lane Bachmeier, McHenry County
  • William Bloom Scholarship ($100) - Marissa Tuhy, Stark-Billings County

As part of the selection process, applicants submit answers to questions about what skills and types of knowledge they gained from 4-H project and leadership experiences, how they used 4‐H experiences to impact their communities, and how 4‐H has helped shape them as a person and influenced their futures.

The North Dakota 4-H Foundation is the North Dakota State University Center for 4-H Youth Development's private-sector, nonprofit partner. Visit https://www.ndsu.edu/4h for more information about scholarships and other North Dakota 4-H activities.


NDSU Agriculture Communication - June 12, 2017

Source:Holly Halvorson, 701-231-9218, holly.halvorson@ndsu.edu
Editor:Ellen Crawford, 701-231-5391, ellen.crawford@ndsu.edu
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