Garden City, Kan. – American Implement and Western State Bank recently announced the recipients of their 2022 Ag Future Scholarship Program.
The scholarship program provides a total of ten $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors and current college students who intend to pursue an ag-related program or degree at a university, community college or technical school.
Thirty-six applicants from 15 western Kansas counties and one eastern Colorado county applied, and the following students were chosen as recipients:
- Brady Deges, Gray County, South Gray High School
- Brandon Springston, Finney County, Garden City High School
- Jonathan Temaat, Logan County, Oakley Senior High
- Karley Larson, Finney County, Kansas State University
- Kassie Miller, Sheridan County, Golden Plains High School
- Katherine Mongeau, Finney County, Kansas State University
- Korben Clawson, Meade County, Meade High School
- Macey Lamb, Logan County, Oakley Senior High
- Maggie Brown, Logan County, McPherson College
- Molly McClure, Stevens County, Kansas State University
To qualify for the scholarship, students were required to have a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average, reside in a qualifying western Kansas or eastern Colorado county, and plan to pursue an Ag-related program. Additional factors such as grades, letters of recommendation, community involvement and participation in extracurricular activities were also considered.