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4-H Canada Announces Recipients of 2018 TD 4-H Agricultural Scholarships

4-H Canada is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2018 TD 4-H Agriculture Scholarships.
 
Twelve 4-H members were selected from across Canada, each receiving $2,500 to pursue post-secondary studies in the field of agriculture, agricultural science or agricultural business beginning in fall 2018.
 
“We continue to be inspired by the quality of applications that 4-H'ers are submitting, and thank all who applied,” said Shannon Benner, CEO of 4-H Canada. “Sincere thanks also to TD for recognizing and supporting our mission to nurture responsible, caring and contributing youth leaders who are making an impact in their communities and around the world.
 
”Scholarship opportunities such as this would not be possible without the ongoing and long-term partnerships with organizations like TD. Together, we are committed to promoting positive youth development and providing youth with tools and guidance to lay the foundation for a life-long love of learning.
 
"TD is proud to be part of the 4-H scholarship program," said Derek Koppe, Senior Vice President, Business Banking, Prairie District & National Agriculture, TD Bank Group. "Supporting 4-H Canada’s commitment to nurture young agriculture leaders is another way we're helping enrich our communities."
 
Congratulations to our 2018 TD 4-H Post-Secondary Scholarship Recipients!
 
Elizabeth Ferguson, British Columbia
Emmett Sawyer, Alberta
Leah Trenson, Alberta
Morgan Bullerwell, Saskatchewan
Brett Rumpel, Saskatchewan
Heidi Doelger, Manitoba
Sarah Dean, Ontario
Edward Larocque, Ontario
Brogan Keenan, Quebec
Austin Versloot, New Brunswick
Mikaela Rhodenizer, Nova Scotia
Johnathan Lauwerijssen, Prince Edward Island
 
Please visit 4-h-canada.ca for more information on 4-H Canada scholarship programs, and to watch for information and application details on future scholarship opportunities.
Source : 4-H-Canada

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