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GreenStone Awards 21 Scholarships to Deserving Youth
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As part of GreenStone Farm Credit Services’ scholarship program, the cooperative recently selected 21 recipients to receive either a $2,000 or $1,000 award to assist with the cost of higher education.

GreenStone Awards 21 Scholarships to Deserving Youth


As part of GreenStone Farm Credit Services’ scholarship program, the cooperative recently selected 21 recipients to receive either a $2,000 or $1,000 award to assist with the cost of higher education. Since 2010, GreenStone has presented more than $175,000 in undergraduate college scholarships to students who plan to make a positive impact on the agricultural industry.

“Providing these scholarships is a way to invest in the next generation of leaders and GreenStone is proud to lend support to youth who have a passion for agriculture,” said Dave Armstrong, President and CEO. “These students demonstrate a high level of leadership in school, community, and agricultural activities and will help sustain the industry’s success.”

This year’s 21 scholarship awardees are: Courtney Allen (Ithaca, MI), Hannah Booms (Harbor Beach, MI), Spencer Brown (Saint Louis, MI), Miriah Dershem (St. Johns, MI), Jace Feldpausch (Fowler, MI), Torey Fischer (Battle Creek, MI), Elizabeth Fishler (Green Bay, WI), Meghan Goretski (Port Austin, MI), Emma Gwidt (Pulaski, WI), Callie Halsey (Adrian, MI), Jacob Irrer (St. Johns, MI), Caitlin Lane (Scottville, MI), Kelsie Letts (Marshall, MI), Aaron Maust (Bay Port, MI), Anthony Neitzke (Egg Harbor, WI), Keeley Pape (Palmyra, MI), Taylor Paye (Casco, WI), Makenna Schwass (Scottville, MI), Alyssa Seitz (Seymour, WI), Miles Wixom (Bloomingdale, MI), and Madeline Zutz (Valders, WI).

To be eligible, applicants must reside within GreenStone’s territory, including Michigan and northeast Wisconsin, be a full-time high school graduating senior, have at least a 3.0 grade point average, and plan to study an agriculture-related field. In addition, selected students demonstrate participation and leadership in school, community and agricultural activities.