The Box Butte County 4-H Council congratulates these Box Butte County 4-H members on their high school graduation and wishes them much success. We know this year was very different for our high school seniors. We are proud of this well-deserved accomplishment that you have achieved! Our Box Butte County 4-H Seniors include: Brett Prelle, Elijah Walters, Emily Knote, Isaiah Bryner, Jace Stumpff, Jakob Schaefer, Jenna Croswell, Madison Adam, Sarah Steele, Shanna Weaver, Shaylynn McConville, and Wiley Rudloff-Shaw.
The 4-H Council is pleased to announce the four recipients of the 2020 4-H Scholarships. The criteria used to select the recipients includes: leadership, academics, personal growth and 4-H career. An emphasis is placed on leadership, involvement and growth within the 4-H program.
The following High School Seniors were selected to receive scholarships:
Madison Adam, Alliance High School, daughter of Alex and Natalie Adam is presented a $1,000 4-H Council Scholarship.
Isaiah Bryner, Hemingford High School, son of Dusty and Sally Bryner is presented a $1,000 4-H Council Scholarship.
Shaylynn McConville, Hemingford High School, daughter of Dustin McConville and Shelley Blow is presented a $1,000 4-H Council Scholarship.
Jace Stumpff, Hemingford High School, son of Rob and Kristi Stumpff, is presented the $500 4-H Council Scholarship.
In addition to the graduating senior scholarships, the 4-H Council awards two $1,000 scholarships annually to 4-H alumni who are sophomore, junior or senior college students and have shared how their 4-H experience has impacted their life.
Recipients this year are Lane Applegarth, son of Roger and Barbie Applegarth, who is attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Madison Gibson, daughter of Ken and Tara Gibson, who is attending Southeast Community College.