Texas 4-H members recently received scholarships at the 2014 Blackland Income Growth Conference held at the Extraco Events Center in Waco.
The scholarships were presented during the conference luncheon that featured Dr. Doug Steele, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service director, as the keynote speaker.
Receiving $1,000 each were: Shelby Crockett and Marti Hanson, Bosque County; Wyatt Archer and Lauren Kilpatrick, Denton County; Kyle Bajer, Jay Crumley and Haley Herzog, McLennan County; Chloe Kozak, Tarrant County; and Paul Exley and Avery Martin, Williamson County. Receiving the Scott Felton Scholarship in the amount of $1,500 was Harrison Smith, Coryell County.
The annual conference is sponsored by AgriLife Extension and the Waco Chamber of Commerce. It is held each year to provide extensive agricultural education to producers in the Blacklands region. The winners are shown here.
<p>Avery Martin, Williamson County</p>
<p>Chloe Kozak, Tarrant County</p>
<p>Haley Herzog,McLennan County</p>
<p>Receiving the Scott Felton Scholarship in the amount of $1,500 was Harrison Smith, Coryell County.</p>
<p>Kyle Bajer, McLennan County</p>
<p>Lauren Kilpatrick, Denton County;</p>
<p>Marti Hanson, Bosque County</p>
<p>Paul Exley, Williamson County</p>
<p>Shelby Crockett, Bosque County</p>
<p>Wyatt Archer, Denton County</p>
<p>Outstanding Texas 4-H members were honored with scholarships during the recent Blackland income Growth conference in Waco. Winners include: (Front row from left) Marti Hanson, Avery Martin, Shelby Crockett, Haley Herzog, Chloe Kozak. (Back row from left) Lee Harris (Blackland Income Growth president), Lauren Kilpatrick, Wyatt Archer, Paul Exley, Kyle Bajer, Jay Crumley and Harrison Smith, with Dr. Douglas Steele, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service director.</p>
<p>Jay Crumley McLennan County</p>