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United Cooperative awards $27,000 in scholarships

5:16 PM, Apr. 25, 2013  |  Comments
United Cooperative recognized 17 of their $1,000 scholarship winners at their 2013 annual meeting in Juneau, Wis., at the Juneau Community Center, on April 15. Back row, pictured left to right: Ryan Broedlow, Helenville; David Cramer, United Cooperative president and chief executive officer; Max Soda, Princeton; Cody Zimmerman, Fox Lake; Allison Schulz, Iron Ridge; Andy Sell, Watertown; Brad Warmka, Fox Lake; Mitchel Propst, Beaver Dam; and Seth Van Krey, Horicon. Front row, left to right: Rachel Perry, Waupun; Janelle Remington, Juneau; Jennifer Michel, Waterloo; Dylan Siewert, Randolph; Aaron Ganske, Beaver Dam; Edison Geis, Deerfield; Jack Carroll, Hartford; Bradley Griswold, Ixonia; and Cassandra Isaac, Eldorado.
United Cooperative recognized 17 of their $1,000 scholarship winners at their 2013 annual meeting in Juneau, Wis., at the Juneau Community Center, on April 15. Back row, pictured left to right: Ryan Broedlow, Helenville; David Cramer, United Cooperative president and chief executive officer; Max Soda, Princeton; Cody Zimmerman, Fox Lake; Allison Schulz, Iron Ridge; Andy Sell, Watertown; Brad Warmka, Fox Lake; Mitchel Propst, Beaver Dam; and Seth Van Krey, Horicon. Front row, left to right: Rachel Perry, Waupun; Janelle Remington, Juneau; Jennifer Michel, Waterloo; Dylan Siewert, Randolph; Aaron Ganske, Beaver Dam; Edison Geis, Deerfield; Jack Carroll, Hartford; Bradley Griswold, Ixonia; and Cassandra Isaac, Eldorado.
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United Cooperative, based in Beaver Dam with locations throughout Wisconsin, introduced their 27, $1,000 scholarship winners during their annual meeting and informational meetings the week of April 15.

Seventeen of the scholarships were awarded to students majoring in an agricultural field, and three were designated to students attending a technical school or short-course program. The remainder was presented to a mixture of majors.

Applicants were judged on their leadership skills, scholastic achievement, extra-curricular activities, motivation, and academic and personal goals. To be eligible, the student or the parent had to be a patron member of United Cooperative; the student must attend an accredited college, university, or technical school; and the student must maintain a GPA of 2.0 or above on a 4.0 scale. All applications were judged by the Wisconsin Federated Youth Foundation.

The 2013 United Cooperative scholarship local recipients:

? Aaron Ganske, Beaver Dam, son of Douglas and Susan Ganske

? Brad Warmka, Fox Lake, son of Russ and Laura Warmka

? Cassandra Isaac, Eldorado, daughter of Joe and Lori Isaac

? Cody Zimmerman, Fox Lake, son of Dean and Karla Zimmerman

? Dylan Siewert, Randolph, son of Dan and Deb Siewert

? Janelle Remington, Juneau, daughter of Richard and Gail Remington

? Mitchell Propst, Beaver Dam, son of Robert and Brenda Propst

? Rachel Perry, Waupun, daughter of Tim Perry and Amy Christopherson

? Seth Van Krey, Horicon, son of David and Jackie Van Krey

Formed in 1936, United Cooperative is a full-service cooperative offering feed, grain, agronomy, and energy products and services to Wisconsin farmers and consumers. United Cooperative has locations in Auroraville, Baraboo, Beaver Dam, Bonduel, Deerfield, Denmark, Gresham, Hartford, Horicon, Hustisford, Iron Ridge, Johnson Creek, Mayville, Pickett, Poynette, Prairie du Sac, Pulaski, Reedsburg, Ripon, Rock Springs, Sauk City, Shawano, South Beaver Dam, Watertown, and Wyocena. For more information, visit www.unitedcooperative.com.

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