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From left: Caroline Green, Robyn Wolf and Rhonda Schafer. 

Several local students received scholarships from the Lincoln County Extension Council.

Nicholas Stone received a $780 Northwest Mutual Insurance Company scholarship. 

He has been active in 4-H, FFA serving as 4-H club Vice-President, Treasurer and FFA Junior Officer President. He has also served on the Lincoln County Fair Youth Livestock Board. Nicholas plans to attend the University of Missouri and major in Ag. Business with a minor in Landscape Design. He is the son of Terry and Dawn Stone of Eolia.

Kate McDonald received a $250 Edgar I. Lanvermeier scholarship. She has been involved in 4-H and FFA serving on various committees for the Olney Blue Skies 4-H club. 

In FFA, she served as the chapter reporter and second Vice-President. Kate plants to attend Southwest Baptist University and major in biology. She is the daughter of Ken and Laura McDonald of Silex.

Caroline Green received a $750 Northwest Mutual Insurance Company scholarship. 

She has been involved in 4-H and FFA serving as 4-H club Treasurer and FFA Historian. She has also served on the Lincoln County Fair Youth Livestock Board. 

Caroline plans to attend the University of Missouri and major in animal science. She is the daughter of Brad and Nann Green of Troy.

Robyn Wolf received a $250 Edgar I. Lanvermeier scholarship and a $300 Lucille Heitman scholarship. 

She has been active in 4-H and FFA serving as 4-H club President, and has been top fruit salesperson in FFA. Robyn plans to attend St. Charles Community College and major in early childcare education. She is the daughter of Michael and Kate Wolf of Troy.

 

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