Mid-West Fertilizer Announces Winners for 2021

May 11, 2021

Mid-West Fertilizer is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021 Mid-West Fertilizer Scholarship Program. Nine high school students and one college student have been selected to receive a $500 scholarship for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Mid-West Fertilizer has seen many exciting changes this past year, including implementing the company's first-ever scholarship program. Amongst these changes, it was important for the company to start a program that recognizes the leadership and academic excellence of students continuing their education that helps keep our rural communities strong and vital. This new scholarship program launched is just one way Mid-West Fertilizer can support today's student leaders on their path to becoming tomorrow's business and community leaders.

For the 2021 Mid-West Fertilizer Scholarship Program, ten students were selected as recipients. These students were located within the Mid-West Fertilizer footprint across Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma. Students who received the scholarship provided information on their community involvement, extracurricular activities, honors, leadership and employment. They also addressed the value of the agricultural industry in their local community.

The Mid-West Fertilizer Scholarship recipients are Ashlyn Bartlett, Humboldt High School; Trevor Campbell, Harrisonville High School; Lawson Collins, Chanute High School; Sage Collins, Kansas State University; Breann Flaharty, Girard High School; Evelyn Gilbreath, Carl Junction High School; Kennidi Harris, Hume High School; Makinzi Harris, Hume High School; Benjamin Hines, Nevada High School; and Rachel Scrivener, Rich Hill High School.

Congratulations to all recipients!

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