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The 2014 Montana CattleWomen, Inc's Memorial Scholarship has been awarded to Ariel Overstreet-Adkins, the daughter of Jim and Anne Overstreet of Big Timber. Ariel graduated from Reed Point High School in 2002, Princeton University, New Jersey, with honors in Anthropology in 2006 and is presently attending the University of Montana School of Law in Missoula. She is an advocate for Agriculture.
The 2013 Montana CattleWomen, Inc.’s Memorial Scholarship has been awarded to Calli Oiestad, a High School graduate of Sweet Grass County High School of Big Timber, Montana. Calli is attending the University of Montana School of Law, Missoula, Montana. She is the daughter of Ole and Helen Oiestad of McLeod, Montana.
The winner of the 2012 Montana CattleWomen Scholarship was James J Woodring of Townsend, MT. James is attending MSU Bozeman with a Major in Livestock Management & Industry and a Minor in Natural Resource & Rangeland Ecology. James is the son of Larry and Buffy Woodring of Townsend.
The 2011 Montana CattleWomen, Inc.’s Memorial Scholarship has been awarded to Whitney Hoyem, who attends Montana State University-Northern, Havre. Whitney is a sophomore, majoring in Business Agriculture. Whitney is the daughter of Gary and Patricia Hoyem of Wilsall.
The sum of $1,000 is available to a student from a Montana home who is at least a sophomore attending a Montana university or college. Preference will be given to a student majoring in a field beneficial to the livestock industry. Payment will be made in installments during the following year.
Application forms are available at college Financial Aid Offices throughout Montana or on our website at www.montanacattlewomen.org . Contact Scholarship Chair Lindsey Habets Foard by phone (406) 861-8655 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed applications can be sent to Lindsey or to Montana CattleWomen, Inc., 420 N. California, Helena, MT 59601, postmarked no later than April 15, 2015.
The scholarship is awarded to the student whom the committee determines to have the best balance of scholarship, citizenship, and financial need. In the event that more than one student has top qualifications, the student with the AG-oriented background will be given preference. In addition, members or children of members of Montana CattleWomen, Inc. may also be given preference. A college grade point average of 2.7 is required. The potential for a successful future will be a factor in the final decision.
Please contact your local school personnel and members of your local CattleWomen/CowBelle group, as they may know of a student from your local area who qualifies for the scholarship and wishes to apply. These students should be contacted and informed of the scholarship.
This scholarship is supported by a memorial fund, separate from the general fund of Montana CattleWomen. Tax deductible donations from individuals and CattleWomen locals are the only source of income for the fund. We would encourage you to consider making a donation to the scholarship fund. Most gifts are sent in memory of an individual. The family of that person is notified that the gift was made. It is also acknowledged at a memorial service during the annual state convention in December.
Thanks for your help by supporting our young people and our industry through this scholarship.
2014 MCW SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE MEMBERS
|Chair: Nancy Schultz
Grass Range, MT 59032
Ph. (406) 428-2101
16163 Old Shelby Rd
Conrad, MT 59425
P.O. Box 49
Melstone, MT 59054
Ph. (406) 947-2103
MAIL APPLICATIONS TO:
420 N. CALIFORNIA
HELENA, MT 59601