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Wisconsin Students Earn National FFA Scholarships
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 05/07/2020

The National FFA Organization is awarding more than $2 million in college scholarships to over 1,300 students this spring. The agriculture education group says 42 Wisconsin FFA members were among the recipients of the scholarship program, which is available to students pursuing two-year or four-year degrees or vocational programs.

State winners of scholarships were Emily Dahlke, Adams-Friendship; Emma Hamilton, Adams-Friendship; Drew Meyer, Amery; Tyler Schroepfer, Antigo; Amelia Hayden, Big Foot; Brooklyn Coulthard, Cuba City; Joseph Schlies, Denmark; Allison Esch, Dodgeville; Hannah Nelson, Ellsworth; Signe Kind, Fort Atkinson; Kaitlyn Webster, Gilman; Jillian Tyler, Granton; Kayla Johnson, Granton; Brandon Strupp, Hartford; Keegan Bruins, Laconia; Benjamin Styer, Menomonie; Emma, McNally, Milton; Maggie Schubert, Mineral Point; Kaitlin Thoma, Neillsville; Jessica Hampton, New Richmond; Ashli Vesbach, Platteville; Dallas Kreisa, Plymouth; Elise Bleck, Plymouth; Kayla Reed, Pulaski; Tyla Scherbert, Reedsburg; Kylee Burdick, Rice Lake; Ashley Hagenow, Rio; Bricken Brown, River Valley; Mia Hillebrand, River Valley; Jared Mack, Sauk Prairie; Olivia Davis, Sauk Prairie; Sarah Albers, Sauk Prairie; Taylor Dillenburg, Shawano; Cortney Zimmerman, Spencer; Daniel Clark, Spencer; Alex Brzezinski, Stevens Point; Jacqueline Wisinski, Stevens Point; Adriana DeYong, Union Grove; Connor Esch, Union Grove; Michelle Stangler, Watertown; Kaitlyn Schwanke, Waupun; and Lane Nett, Weyauwega-Fremont.

This year marks the 36th year for the scholarship program, which began in 1984 with just 16 scholarships offered. Since then, more than $47 million has been awarded in scholarship funds through the National FFA Organization.


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