McLean County Farm Bureau Foundation is pleased to announce the 2022-23 Agricultural Leadership Scholarship recipients.
- Brian Clapp, a senior at LeRoy High School, plans to study Agricultural Business at Lake Land College.
- Preston Rhode, a senior at Normal Community West High School, will pursue a degree in Animal Science at Black Hawk College.
- Ashlyn Mool of Lexington, will be a junior at Iowa State University studying Agricultural Business. Mool is an El Paso-GridleyHigh School graduate.
- Skye Schumaker of Heyworth, is studying Agriculture at Lake Land College. Schumaker graduated from Heyworth High School.
Ag Leadership Scholarship recipients are selected based on leadership, school/community involvement and interest in agriculture. Each student will receive $2,000 for educational expenses as they pursue an ag-related career.
In addition to the Ag Leadership Scholarships, the following students will receive a $500 McLean County Farm Bureau Foundation Scholarship:
- Drexel Douglass, Bloomington, to study Agricultural Education at University of Missouri
- Paige Fitzgerald, Bloomington, to study Agribusiness at Iowa State University
- Abigail Hoeft, Bloomington, studying Forest Service Management at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale
- Kelly Jones, Colfax, studying Agricultural Communications at Parkland College
- Paige Lemenager, Hudson, to pursue an agriculture transfer program at Lake Land College
- Cole Neubauer, Downs, studying Farm Business Management at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Justin Pierard, Bloomington, pursuing a Power Equipment Technician degree at Parkland College
- Jordan Reimer, Lexington, to study Agricultural Systems Technology
- Garrett Rhode, Carlock, to study Agribusiness, Markets & Management at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
- Madison Kraft, Towanda, studying Animal Science at Iowa State University
- Patrick Williams, Ellsworth, studying Agribusiness, Markets & Management at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Levi Zimmerman, Saybrook, studying Precision Agriculture Technology at Parkland College
MCFB Foundation is funded by voluntary donations from Farm Bureau members and local supporters.
To learn more or to make a donation online, visit mcfb.org/foundation.