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Missouri Cattlemen award scholarships


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Missouri's Cattlemen Foundation announced the 2012-2013 scholarship recipients during the Missouri Cattlemen's Dinner and Missouri's Cattlemen Foundation Auction and Scholarship Presentation at the 45th Annual Convention and Trade Show in Columbia, Mo.

The 2012-2013 scholarships mark the 15th year for MCF Scholarship Program. A total of $520,500 worth of scholarships have been given to students. The MCF Scholarship Program is made possible through endowments, a variety of fund raising projects and private donations.

The 26 students receiving the scholarships are Haley Alden, Hamilton; Jonathan Bellis, Aurora; Claressa Chamberlin, Green Ridge; Jacob Coon, Bethel; Brittany Eagleburger, Buffalo; Britton Francis, Paris; Trever Huth, Boonville; Christopher Kahlenbeck, Union; Mason Kiel, Meadville; Emma Knickmeyer, Ceder Hill; Robert Mareth, Butler; Miriam Martin, Bucklin; Samuel McDonald, Silex; Caitlyn McKibben, Lamar; Jade Morgan, Lamar; Austin Reedy, Windsor; Katelyn Shaffer, Carthage; William Shaffer, Carthage; Rachelle Sharpe, Shelbyville; Jody Sherman, Bolivar; Kendra Stinson, Prairie Home; Chase Thummel, Sheridan; Chad Tieman, Alma; Kristen Toedebusch, Warrenton; Laura Wolf, Tipton; and Montgomery Saunders, Rea.

"I am very thankful for the opportunities the cattlemen's organization has given me," said McDonald. "This will help greatly with the cost of school and with my future in agriculture."

Date: 1/7/2013



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