Larimer County 4-H Foundation

The Larimer County 4-H Foundation was honored to present 18 4-Hers with educational scholarships on Wednesday, May 9. The scholarships, which totaled $12,000, will be used toward furthering each 4-Her’s education at a college, university or vocational training facility.

Foundation Scholarship, $500 each

  • Katherine Webb
  • Lexie Miller
  • Kaitlyn Carson
  • Alie McEndaffer
  • Sophia Stratton


Michael Dickinson Memorial Scholarship, $1,000 each

  • Thomas Stroup
  • Madesssa Hoffer-Dye


Tom & Peggy Brown Memorial Scholarship, $1,000

  • Nisha Chatnani


Poultry Memorial Scholarship, $1,000 each

  • Lauren Newman
  • Trent Whitaker


Marjorie J Gorman Memorial Scholarship, $500

  • Augusta Rudnick


Glenn & Minnie Cowley Memorial Scholarship, $500

  • Amy Newman


Nancy Morehouse Agriculture Scholarship, $500

  • Stratton Wotowey


Karen Cox Memorial Scholarship, $500

  • Rebecca Pennock


Loveland Elks Lodge #1051 Scholarship, $500 each

  • Sydney Brien
  • Brent Buckardt


Ted & Mabel Thompson Memorial Scholarship, $500

  • Dalton Ellis


Donald D Kauffman Memorial Scholarship, $500

  • Courtney Newman


John Worthington Memorial Scholarship, $500

  • Lexie Miller


 
The Foundation’s Scholarship Committee selects scholarship winners and alternates for all but four scholarships. The Michael Dickinson Memorial Scholarship, the two Poultry Memorial Scholarships and the Nancy Sue Morehouse Agriculture Scholarship winners are selected by family members who represent their respective scholarship.

4-H Scholarships

Front Row, l to r: Lauren Newman, Nisha Chatnani, Katherine Webb, Augusta Rudnick, Dalton Ellis, Sydney Brien and Rebecca Pennock; Center Row, l to r: Brent Buckardt, Lexie Miller, Alie McEndaffer, Amy Newman, Courtney Newman and Sophia Stratton; Back Row, l to r: Stratton Wotowey and Thomas Stroup; Not Present: Kaitlyn Carson, Madessa Hoffer-Dye and Trent Whitaker

The Larimer County 4-H Foundation offers scholarships each year for current graduating seniors and post high school students in the form of memorial scholarships and general scholarships as the budget allows.

The general scholarships are for $500 each and do not specify a certain field of study. Each of the general scholarships is funded directly by the Foundation.