Country Visions and CP Feeds have a strong agricultural involvement and want to promote the continued education of students with the same interest. Investing and supporting youth promotes the mission of the companies by building a strong future for their members and communities.
This past year, Country Visions Cooperative and CP Feeds presented scholarship awards to thirty-three(33) exceptional area high school students whose parents are active members of these agriculture-based companies. That number included 3 awards offered to student employees or children of employees who have an opportunity to qualify without having to meet the purchase requirements. The students were each awarded a $1,000 scholarship to further their education at a college, university, technical or vocational school.
This year we will once again have 33 scholarship awards available for the graduating class of 2023.
Applications, including all required data, must be postmarked, emailed or delivered to Country Visions office by March 31, 2023 without exception.
2022 Scholarship Recipients
Country Visions Cooperative and CP Feeds, LLC would like to congratulate the graduating class of 2022. Innovation, creativity and perseverance prevailed and the students are ready for the next step. Country Visions and CP Feeds have partnered to offer support to these students for their dedication by awarding 33 graduating high school seniors a $1,000 scholarship to continue their education.
Investing in the future is important to these companies as displayed through their support for student education and the growth of their companies. Country Visions and CP Feeds pledge to attract and maintain an outstanding group of employees and that is evident in the long-standing commitment in years of service by many of their employees. Their scholarship program recognizes and rewards area students who wish to further their education at a college, university, technical or vocational school. These scholarships present a wonderful opportunity to expand the educational resources available for a new generation of leaders from the communities they serve.
A committee from Country Visions and CP Feeds reviewed the applications for this year’s scholarship awards and are pleased to announce the names of the students who were selected.
The scholarship recipients were selected on the basis of academic performance, recommendations, essay question response, extra-curricular activities, employment experience and completion of application.
Country Visions and CP Feeds are awarding the following students the 2022 scholarships:
Crystal Anhalt, school: Mishicot High School
Isabelle Badtke, school: Ripon High School
Malorie Baumler, school: Carney-Nadeau High School
Erika Bertram, ,school: New Holstein High School
Claire Duch, school: New London High School
Amber Fietzer, school: Little Wolf High School
Kiley Gaedtke, school: Kewaunee High School
Kate Greif, school: Reedsville High School
Jenna Gries, school: Manitowoc Lutheran High School
Alexander Gruber, school: Chilton High School
Emily Jandrin, school: Luxemburg-Casco High School
Kelcie Karweick, school: Seymour Community High School
Lora Korth, school: New London High School
Karlie Kowalczyk, school: Oconto Falls High School
Mercedes Kroll, school: Kewaunee High School
Rebecca Kroll, school: Luxemburg-Casco High School
Parker Litterick, school: Lomira High School
Emmie Magnin, school: Oconto Falls High School
Mason Mertz, school: Chilton High School
Katrina Miller, school: Brillion High School
Beth Pekarske, school: Valders High School
Kaden Rahmlow, school: Mishicot High School
Caitlin Raymond, school: Hilbert High School
Megan Salentine, school: Luxemburg-Casco High School
Bryce Schoenberger, school: Valders High School
Sara Seefeldt, school: Coleman High School
Ty Sheets, school: Kiel High School
Lily Simon, school: New Holstein High School
Katelyn Sohrweide, school: Chilton High School
Cameron Strutz, school: Manitowoc Lutheran High School
Reagan Sturn, school: Hortonville High School
Clarissa Ulness, school: Valders High School
Jayden VanHelden, school: Howards Grove High School
Community Involvement and Request for Donations
Country Visions is committed to the communities we serve. Developing leaders within our communities, enhancing ag education and community safety are just some of the programs that we are proud to support. Our commitment to our communities allows us to have supporting partnerships with organizations such as:
4-H Leadership Development
Community Food Banks
Future Farmers of America
Ag in the Classroom
Farm Safety Camps
To apply for a sponsorship or donation, fill out our online form: