Saline County Cattlemen announce scholarship recipients
The Saline County Cattlemen have announced this year’s 2020 scholarship recipients. A spokesman for the scholarship committee, Monte Fenner, stated these scholarships have been presented to Saline County high school seniors for more than 25 years. The awards are usually given to students who intend to follow higher learning in an agricultural field.
This year’s recipients were each awarded $1,000. They are:
—Kirby Richards, a Slater High School student, daughter of Jamie Leimkuehler and Robert Richards. Kirby plans to attend the University of Missouri with an intended major in agribusiness management.
—Emma Sims, a Sweet Springs High School student, daughter of Ryan and Cindi Sims. Emma plans to attend Northwest Missouri State University and major in agriculture education.
—Madeline Allred, a Marshall High School student, daughter of Heather and Corbin Allred. Madeline plans to attend Northwest Missouri State University and major in animal science.
—Greta Barr, a Marshall High School student, daughter of Paula and Joseph Barr. Greta plans to attend University of Arkansas and major in an agricultural field.
—Jaden Riley, a Marshall High School student, son of Julia and Matt Riley. Jaden plans to attend State Technical College of Missouri and work with heavy equipment operations.
—Tate Malter, a Malta Bend High School student, son of Justin and Rebecca Malter. Tate plans to attend State Fair Community College and pursue an associate degree in agribusiness.