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Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation announces scholarship recipients

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The Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation is pleased to announce it has awarded $30,000 in scholarships to students furthering their education goals in the 2014-2015 academic year.

“The Foundation strongly believes in the importance of a sound education for tomorrow’s industry leaders,” says Scott Langemeier, president of the Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation. “Thanks to the generosity of many donors and participants of the Retail Value Steer Challenge, our primary fundraiser, we were able to award these 30 scholarships, the greatest number in the 46 year history of the Foundation.”

The following scholarship recipients will be recognized during the Nebraska Cattlemen Midyear Meeting in Gothenburg, June 12, at the Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation Lunch.

Eilsabeth Loseke, Columbus—$1,000 Robert E. Lute II Memorial Scholarship;

Logan Kizer, Overton—$1,000 Frank and Shirley Sibert Scholarship;

Laura Gorecki, Farwell—$1,000 Bill Heller Memorial Scholarship;

Eilzabeth McDonald, Phillips—$1,000 Donavan Yoachim Memorial Scholarship;

Levi McPhillips, Columbus—$1,000 Cattlemen’s Open Scholarship;

Bailey Hinrichs, Ayr—$1,000 Clarence and Lois Jean Hartmann Scholarship;

Ben Vrba, Schuyler—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Maci Lienemann, Princeton—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Jacob Sebade, Emerson—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Cody Drudik, Ord—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Larissa Wach, Wauneta—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Brandon Nichols, Bridgeport—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Cole Epley, Superior—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Eleanor Wagner, Petersburg—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Preston Nelson, Genoa—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Justin McCullough, Berwyn—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

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

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

Brittany Hilfiker, David City—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Benjamin Barelman, Coleridge—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

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

Maranda Kegley, Kearney—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Matthew Grimes, Raymond—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

McKenzie Beals, Alexandria—$1,000 Retail Value Steer Challenge Scholarship;

Hannah Kesterson, Lincoln—$1,000 Nebraska Cattlemen Beef Pit Scholarship;

Blaine Petersen, Cozad—$1,000 Colonel Melvin Huss Memorial Scholarship;

Curtis Wetovick, Fullerton—$1,000 Bill Pullen Scholarship;

Kara Ostrand, Mason City—$1,000 Ron and Shirley Huss Scholarship;

Haley Harthoorn, Ainsworth—$1,000 Martin Viersen Range Management Memorial Scholarship;

Sydney Gehl, Ericson—$1,000 Vance Uden Memorial Scholarship

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. The Foundation’s success and its ability to endow scholarships, to sponsor leadership and education programs, assist with research and infrastructure projects has been possible only because of the support from the Nebraska cattle producers and allied industries. As the Foundation grows, expands and moves forward in its mission to raise funds for educational and scientific activities that benefit the state’s beef producers—the board asks you to consider investing in your industry through the Foundation.

To donate or for more information concerning the Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation, contact Lee Weide, Nebraska Cattlemen vice president of operations at 402-475-2333 or Jana Jensen, NCF fundraising coordinator at 308-588-6299.

The Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation was created in 1968 and has been nurturing important, long term facets of the cattle industry, education for our future leaders and promoting needed research. The Foundation’s mission is to advance the future of Nebraska’s Beef Industry by investing in research and education programs.

Date: 5/12/2014



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