Scholarships Awarded for Class of 2020

Jul 21, 2020


Scholarships Awarded for Class of 2020

Country Visions Cooperative and CP Feeds, LLC would like to congratulate the graduating class of 2020. The last few months of what was supposed to be the “grand finale” to their high school years, was nothing that anyone could have imagined.  Yet, they stayed resilient through this challenging end of their school year, along with all other students and the educators who got them through.  Offering support to these students for their dedication, 20 graduating high school seniors will each receive a $1,000 scholarship to continue their education.

To be eligible the parents, parent, or legal guardian of the student must be a member of Country Visions Cooperative or CP Feeds and purchased a minimum set amount of goods and services in the year prior to application.  The scholarship recipients were selected on the basis of academic performance, recommendations, essay question response, extra-curricular activities, employment experience and completion of application. 
 
Partnering together, 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.
 
Country Visions and CP Feeds awarded the following recipients the 2020 scholarships:
Kaitlyn Biese, Wrightstown High School
Dirk Bijl, Oakfield High School
Elizabeth Bubolz, Reedsville High School
Lily Charapata, Coleman High School
Hailey Jean Gaedtke, Kewaunee High School
Nathan Goehring, Kiel High School
Gavin Grotegut, Valders High School
Rebecca Havelka, Michigan Virtual Charter Academy   
Jenna Hedrich, Brillion High School
Ariel Johanek, Kewaunee High School
Calla Loehr, Campbellsport High School
Aiden Markwardt, Manitowoc Lincoln High School
Nicholas Meidl, Reedsville High School
Michael Navis, Cedar-Grove-Belgium High School
Morgan Phipps, Plymouth High School  
Isaac Roehrig, Brillion High School
Melissa Srnka, Algoma High School                      
Brenden Wenzel, Brillion High School
Derick Wilterdink, Oostburg High School                         
Samantha Zittlow, Denmark High School                         
 
Country Visions added another scholarship award this year to give student employees or children of an employee an opportunity to qualify without having to meet the purchase requirements. This brings the total scholarship count to 21.
                               
Country Visions awarded the following recipient the 2020 employee scholarship:
Garrett Holsen, Manitowoc Lincoln High School              
                   
Country Visions and CP Feeds have a strong agricultural involvement and want to promote the continued education of students with the same interest These companies plan to continue offering this scholarship for students. You can  find the criteria at https://countryvisionscoop.com/About/Community-Involvement. The 2021 application will be available later this year and the deadline to apply will be March 31, 2021.  Investing and supporting youth promotes the mission of the companies by building a strong future for their members and communities.
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