We don’t have a group picture for 2020 due to COVID, and we were not able to host an awards ceremony. The Foundation’s Scholarship Committee selects scholarship winners and alternates for all but two scholarships. The Michael Dickinson Memorial Scholarship, and the Nancy Sue Morehouse Agriculture Scholarship winners are selected by family members who represent their respective scholarship.

Foundation Scholarship, $500 each

  • Katherine Webb - UW
  • Susan Pennock - FRCC
  • Lexie Miller - CSU
  • Cassidy Goering - Fort Lewis College

Foundation Scholarship, $1000

  • ​Brent Buckardt -  FRCC
  • Kaylee Brown - FRCC
  • Dalton Ellis - Aims Community College
  • Brittney Schilling - University of Montana
  • Amber Moore - FRCC
  • Rachel Masters - CSU
  • Morgan Crouse - Aims Community College
  • Nisha Chatnani - Regis University

Michael Dickinson Memorial Scholarship, $1,000

  • Lauren Newman - CSU
  • Kyndall Tucker - CSU

Tom & Peggy Brown Memorial Scholarship, $1,000

  • Ashley Schilling - CSU

Poultry Memorial Scholarship, $1,000 each

  • Courtney Newman - UW
  • Taylor Slinkard - UNC

Marjorie J Gorman Memorial Scholarship, $1000

  • Brooke Carlson - CSU

Glenn & Minnie Cowley Memorial Scholarship, $500

  • Ansley Davis - CSU

Nancy Morehouse Agriculture Scholarship, $500

  • Amy Newman - UW

Karen Cox Memorial Scholarship, $500

  • Ansley Davis - CSU​

Ted & Mabel Thompson Memorial Scholarship, $1000

  • Augusta Rudnick - CSU
  • Rebecca Pennock - CSU

Donald D Kauffman Memorial Scholarship, $500

  • Amy Newman - UW


2020 4-H Scholarship Winners

4-H Scholarships

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 $1000 each and do not specify a certain field of study. Each of the general scholarships is funded directly by the Foundation.

Larimer County 4-H Foundation

larimer county 4-H foundation scholarships

The Larimer County 4-H Foundation was honored to present 24 4-Hers with educational scholarships in May 2020. The scholarships, which totaled $19,000, will be used toward furthering each 4-Her’s education at a college, university or vocational training facility.