Keystone Cooperative Awards $54,000 in Scholarships to High School Graduates

Jun 24, 2024


Keystone Cooperative, Inc. has announced the 54 recipients of its $1,000 scholarship program for 2024. The scholarships were awarded to high school seniors with an interest in agriculture and who have been heavily involved in their community.

Although these commitments may have been separately made by two of our legacy organizations, Ceres Solutions and Co-Alliance, these students were not forgotten about with the Keystone Cooperative merger (effective March 1, 2024.) CEO Kevin Still notes the importance of investing in rural youth, stating “You’ll find the future is bright and encouraging when considering the potential of these students. We are proud to deliver this support for students of this caliber so that they can in turn be productive citizens of our rural communities and eventually the workforce. Congratulations to the class of 2024.”

Applicants were selected based on academic performance, extra-curricular involvement, and their passion for agriculture.

The list of recipients and their schools is below:
  • Hayden Arnold - Hagerstown Jr./Sr. High school
  • Emily Bell - Frontier Jr./Sr. High School
  • Jolene Bendel - Preble Shawnee Jr./Sr. High School
  • Lowell Berger - Hagerstown Jr./Sr. High School
  • Keegan Bluhm - Adams Central High School
  • Jessica Bradley - Southmont High School
  • Logen Brand - Dekalb High School
  • Kase Clevenger - Frankton Junior Senior High School
  • Kori Craig - Hagerstown Jr./Sr. High School
  • Kolton Davis - Rossville Jr./ Sr. High School
  • Luke Davison - Clinton Central Jr./Sr. High School
  • Nolan Drake - Northeastern High School
  • Reece Eggert - New Prairie High School
  • Henry First - Lawton High School
  • Hunter Foland - Eastern High School
  • Caleb Gobel - Benton Central Jr./Sr. High School
  • Kortney Goff - Eastbrook High School
  • Katelyn Hertges - LaPorte High School
  • Tate Heston - Western High School
  • Reese Hill - Greenfield-Central High School
  • Hattie Hobbs - Hagerstown Jr./Sr. High School
  • Katie Holmes - Greenfield Central High School
  • Adyson Hood - North White Middle - High School
  • Emma Jackson - Wawasee High School
  • Evan Johnson - Carroll High School
  • Abby Jordan - Maconaquah High school
  • Kira King - Lebanon High School
  • Mackenzie Larson - Tipton High School
  • Caleb Lechlitner - Northwood High school
  • Emily Mann - Cloverdale High School
  • Cailey Markley - Argos High School
  • Brandon McKillip - Northfield Jr./Sr. High School
  • Cora McWhinney - Graham High School
  • Kinsey Mennen - Lewis Cass Jr./Sr. High School
  • Lauryn Merritt - Maconaquah High School
  • Anna Minich - South Central Jr./Sr. High School
  • Payton Mundt - Cascade High School
  • Dylan Musser - Benton Central Jr./Sr. High School
  • Hailey Orem - Clinton Central High School
  • Jonah Raab - Western High School
  • Brent Runyan - North Montgomery High School
  • Cade Runyan - Parke Heritage High School
  • Dexter Schlichter - Union County High School
  • Owen Smith - Seeger Jr./Sr. High School
  • Jonathan Snyder - Centerville Senior High School
  • Alicia Sottong - Tipton High School
  • Sierra Spangler - Yorktown High School
  • Trevor Thornburg - Centerville Senior High School
  • Brady Tracy - Danville Community High School
  • Thomas Wallace - Miami East High School
  • Alexis Wilhoite - North Vermillion High School
  • Eric Zarse - Tri-County Jr./Sr. High School
  • Alexander Zelt - Heritage Jr./Sr. Highschool

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