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Stutsman County Farm Bureau awards scholarships

Stutsman County Farm Bureau has awarded eight area students with $500 scholarships. They are children of Stutsman County Farm Bureau members. The recipients are: ? Noah Johnson, son of Rod and Lisa Johnson, is attending North Dakota State Univers...

 

Stutsman County Farm Bureau has awarded eight area students with $500 scholarships. They are children of Stutsman County Farm Bureau members. The recipients are:

► Noah Johnson, son of Rod and Lisa Johnson, is attending North Dakota State University and pursuing a degree in computer science.

► Kassi Manley, daughter of Steve and Robin Manley, will be attending St. Benedictine College in the fall majoring in nursing.

► McKayla Orr, daughter of Darron and Barb Orr, is attending the University of Jamestown majoring in elementary education.

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► Meghan Orr, daughter of Darron and Barb Orr, is pursuing a degree in elementary education at the University of Jamestown.

► Sara Hatlewick, daughter of Bruce and Deb Hatlewick, is pursuing a degree in agriculture at NDSU. She is the recipient of the Jeff Michel Memorial Scholarship.

► Rebekah Horgan, daughter of Les and Gina Horgan, will be attending the University of Mary achieving her physical therapy doctorate.

► Rachel Horgan, daughter of Les and Gina Horgan, is attending the University of Mary, majoring in elementary education.

► Shayla Diede, daughter of Jim and Pam Diede, is attending Minot State University and pursuing a degree in radiology technology.

Parents of all applicants are Stutsman County Farm Bureau members.

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