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Meet the Hurst Farm Supply 2018 FFA Scholarship Winners

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on May 15, 2018 9:00:00 AM
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Meet the Hurst Farm Supply 2018 FFA Scholarship Winners

For six years running, Hurst Farm Supply has partnered with John Deere and the National FFA Foundation to offer scholarships to six area students.

Each of the following students will receive a $2,000 scholarship. The National FFA Foundation selected these hard working individuals based on their leadership roles, academics, FFA and community involvement, supervised agricultural or work experience in agricultural education and future goals.

Congratulations to our winners and to every student who applied for this honor. You are the future agricultural leaders in our community and we are very proud of each and every one of you.

Name: Ashlyn Tucker

County: Borden

High School: Borden County High School

College: Texas A&M University

Major: Animal Science

Parents: Brent and Shela Tucker

Quote: I feel very blessed to have been one of the proud recipients of one of this years FFA scholarships. This scholarship will play a part in helping me achieve my future goals and continue my education.  After graduation, I will be attending Texas A&M University where I will major in Animal Science. I would then like to pursue a career in rehabilitation and physical therapy. FFA has taught me "Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living to Serve".  Thank you for investing in my future.


Name: Riley Reep

County: Hockley

High School: Ropes High School

College: Texas Tech University

Major: Agricultural Communications

Parents: Cody and Jill Reep

Quote: I feel very honored to have been chosen to receive this National FFA Scholarship among all the highly qualified applicants. I will strive to uphold the excellence of this great organization!


Name: Hannah McLaren

County: Lubbock

High School: Monterey High School

College: Texas A&M University

Major: Agricultural Communications

Parents: Gary and Andra McLaren

Quote:  I am extremely grateful to receive this scholarship. My experience with FFA has taught me valuable leadership and interpersonal skills that will help me be successful in the agriculture industry. I come from an agriculture background. I am a 4th generation FFA participant, following in the footsteps of my great grandfather, grandfather and my mother. From an early age, I knew I wanted to be involved in FFA and the agriculture industry.


Name: Shae Lynn Suttle

County: Lubbock

High School: Idalou High School

College: Texas A&M University

Major: Animal Science

Parents: Charlie McGougan and Sharon Suttle

Quote: The Financial Aid Office at Texas Tech University projected the cost of attendance for 12 hours with Tuition and Fees would run $10,772.00. My Room and Board is $9,384.00. Books and Supplies average $1,200.00 Transportation costs run $2,300.00. Personal/Misc Expenses $2,120.00. Direct Loan Undergraduate Fees $120.00. Grand Total: $25,896.00 per year. It will be expensive to attend a major university. Every scholarship that I am awarded will help pay for my education, and is greatly appreciated.


Name: Lawton Berry

County: Lynn

High School: New Home High School

College: West Texas A&M University

Major: Agricultural Business Management

Parents: Jeff and Lezlee Berry

Quote: This scholarship would mean the world to me as I am trying my very best to get the best education I can receive at West Texas A&M University. Please consider me for this opportunity as I will be forever grateful.

 

Name: Katie Mahagan

County: Hale

High School: Plainview High School

College: Texas Tech University

Major: Animal Science

Parents: Gretchen Mahagan

Topics: FFA Scholarship