Co-Alliance Awards $40,000 in 2022 Co-Alliance Scholarship Program

Jul 11, 2022

Co-Alliance Cooperative, Inc. has announced the 40 recipients of its $1,000 Scholarship program. The scholarships were awarded to high school seniors with an interest in agriculture and who have been involved in their community.

This is the 15th 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 rural youth, stating “You’ll find the future is bright and encouraging when considering the potential of these students. We are proud to deliver this support for students of this caliber so that they can in turn be productive citizens of our rural communities and eventually the workforce. Congratulations to the class of 2022.”

Applicants were selected based on academic performance, extra-curricular involvement, and their passion for agriculture.

The list of recipients and their schools is below:
  • Molley Cook, Cascade High School
  • Adelle May, Caroll Jr/Sr High School
  • John Jackson, Western Boone
  • Geneva Maxwell, Boone Grove High School
  • Brent Case, Graham High School
  • Saydie Wyrick, Tri-Central High School
  • Jaden Maze, Western Boone
  • William Buescher, North Putnam
  • Lucas Lyons, Jay County Jr.-Sr. High School
  • Alexandra Merritt, Maconaquah High School
  • Megan Ashby, Caroll Jr/Sr High School
  • Marie Gerkin, Heartland Christian School
  • Ashley Haselby, Rochester Community High School
  • Aaron Pickel, North Putnam
  • Erica Pearl, North Putnam
  • Grace Ramsay, Parke Heritage
  • Blake Whaley, South Newton High School
  • James Jasper, Bridgman High School
  • Kelli Jo Cooke, Tri-County North
  • Morgan Justice, Caroll Jr/Sr High School
  • Gabrielle Hutt, LaPorte High School
  • Jonathan Rocke, South Central Jr. Sr. High School
  • Annie Schuler, Northfield Jr/Sr High School
  • Garrett Morton, Western Boone
  • Ethan Baldwin, Winchester Community High School
  • Garrett Walther, Centerville High School
  • Josephine Wagar, Galesburg-Augusta High School
  • Kendall Leonhard, Eastern Hancock High School
  • Luke Brinksneader, Arcanum High School
  • Lauren Fry, Danville Community High School
  • Stephanie Boone, Kouts High School
  • Bailey Pohlman, Russia High School
  • Kirsten Calloway, Winamac Community High School
  • Emma Arnett, Brookville Highschool
  • Jace Jacoby, Rossville High School
  • Zach Spanger, Yorktown High School
  • Nathan Thompson, West Central High School
  • Kyle Gorski, LaCrosse High School
  • Kendall Davison, Clinton Central Jr. Sr. High School
  • Lillian Moore, River Valley High School

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