TOPEKA, Kan. — The Kansas Grain and Feed Association (KGFA) will award 19 scholarships to Kansas kids in 2017.
Each year KGFA awards many scholarships to graduating Kansas high school seniors who are planning to attend any Kansas four year university, community college or vocational technical school. KGFA scholarship recipients are self-starters with excellent academic credentials, good school and community citizens with a strong desire to continue their education.
Because of successful fundraising efforts, KGFA has decided to add seven new scholarships and increase the amounts given for the 2017-2018 school year. KGFA will be giving four scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each and 15 scholarships in the amount of $1,500 each. Each year KGFA also awards one $500 Dub & Inez Johnson Memorial Scholarship.
For more information on the KGFA scholarship program, please visit www.ksgrainandfeed.org or contact Devon Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 1896, the Topeka-based KGFA is a voluntary non-profit, trade organization providing governmental representation, educational opportunities and a wide variety of other services to the vast and indispensable grain and feed marketing system. KGFA’s 900 members include country elevators, subterminal and terminal elevators, feed manufacturers, flour mills, grain merchandisers and allied industries such as grain exchanges, equipment manufacturers, insurance firms and railroads. KGFA is proud to represent 97% of the federal or state licensed grain storage in the state of Kansas.
— Kansas Grain and Feed Association
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