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Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation announces scholarship recipients

The Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation has announced recipients of NCF scholarships for the 2013-2014 academic year.

They include the following:

Hannah Kesterson, Alliance, $1,000, Robert E. Lute II Memorial Scholarship;

Carrick Perlinger, Paxton, $1,000, Frank & Shirley Sibert Scholarship;

Eleanor Wagner, Petersburg, $1,000, Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship;

Maci Lienemann, Princeton, $1,000,Donavan Yoachim Memorial Scholarship;

Levi McPhillips, Columbus, $1,000, Clarence and Lois Jean Hartmann Scholarship;

Kyra Baldwin, Mitchell, $1,000, Ron & Shirley Huss Scholarship;

Larissa Wach, Wauneta, $1,000, Cattlemen’s Open Scholarship;

Sara Cooksley, Anselmo, $1,000, Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Janelle Kesterson, Bridgeport, $1,000, Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Patrick Heerten, Springview, $1,000, Martin Viersen Range Management/Conservation Scholarship;

Melissa Matulka, Thedford, $1,000, Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship;

Kara Ostrand, Mason City, $1,000, Colonel Melvin Huss Memorial Scholarship;

Morgan Rezac, Ceresco, $1,000, Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Judson Hoffschneider, Arlington, $1,000, Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Tevyn Baldwin, Mitchell, $1,000, Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Morgan Zumpfe, Friend, $1,000, Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Garett Amsberry, Ansley, $1,000, Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Railen Ripp, Kearney, $1,000, Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Darren Wright, Bradshaw, $1,000, Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Valerie Matulka, Thedford, $1,000, Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Travis Line, Miller, $1,000, Vance Uden Memorial Scholarship;

Ashley Buescher, Lawrence, $1,000, Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Ashtyn Shrewsbury, Alliance, $1,000, Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Blake Jeffres, Burwell, $1,000, Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

McKenzie Beals, Alexandria, $500, Agri-Labs Scholarship; and

Alec Ibach, Sumner, $500, Lallamand Animal Nutrition Scholarship.

“The foundation reviewed applications from many well-qualified youth and is extremely pleased to be able to award these scholarships to help students with their educational goals,” says Loretta Hamilton, Thedford, Neb., president of the Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation. “Thanks to the generosity of many donors and to the participants of the Retail Value Steer Challenge, the primary fundraiser for the foundation, we were able to award 26 scholarships, the greatest number in the 45-year history of the foundation.”

Scholarship recipients will be recognized during the Nebraska Cattlemen Midyear Meeting in Valentine, June 19, at the Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation Lunch.

Established in 1968, the Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation’s mission is to advance the future of Nebraska’s Beef industry by investing in research and education programs.

Date: 5/20/2013



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