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Co-Alliance Awards $18,000 in 2020 Solutions Scholarship Program

May 13, 2020

Co-Alliance, LLP has announced the 18 recipients of its $1,000 Solutions Scholarship. The scholarships were awarded to high school seniors planning to study agriculture in college and are children or grandchildren of members in the Co-Alliance partnership.

This is the 13th consecutive year the company has made such a contribution to the youth in its trade territory. CEO Kevin Still notes the importance of investing in the local community and rural youth, stating “These students show tremendous potential. We anticipate a very bright future for these young people and as an organization with cooperative roots it is our duty to support the next generation of agriculture.”
This year marked the most competitive applicant pool the program has had to date. Applicants were selected based on academic performance, extra-curricular involvement, and an essay where they had the chance to explain their passion for agriculture and why they’ve chosen it as an area of collegiate study.
The list of recipients and their schools is below:
  • Isaac Archibald -  Clinton Central Jr./Sr. High School
  • Sydney Bordner - Carroll Jr./Sr. High School
  • Ethan Buck - Rossville High School
  • Elizabeth Burger - Danville Community High School
  • Isaac Chambers - Lewis Cass Jr./Sr. High School
  • Anna Clinton - North Newton Jr./Sr. High School
  • Austin Clock - Oak Hill High School
  • Cassidy Colbert - Tri-Central High School
  • Tate George - Rossville High School
  • Rylee Kivett - Monrovia High School
  • Rachel Mast - Northwestern High School
  • Kolby Mauck - Frankton High School
  • Bryant Mays - Delphi Community High School
  • Ty Ploss - Twin Lakes High School
  • Sophia Redman - South Vermillion High School
  • Ethan Shepard - Western Boone Jr./Sr. High School
  • Allyson Webster - Clinton Central Jr./Sr. High School
  • Keaton Woods - Tipton High School
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Co-Alliance is a farmer-owned partnership of five cooperative businesses – Midland, Impact, LaPorte, Frontier, and Excel – with community roots extending to the 1920s. The company delivers agronomy, seed, animal health and nutrition, grain marketing services, power fuel and home heat energy products to thousands of local farms, businesses and families through its branch outlets in Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan.
 


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