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King, Wollweber receive scholarships for 4-H work


Last updated 8/28/2015 at 2:39pm

This year, Avista and Northwest Farm Credit Services teamed up to recognize 4-H high-school seniors and juniors for their leadership, core values and personification of the 4-H mission throughout their entire 4-H career, including project completion and service to their communities. Through the Washington State 4-H Foundation, a Rural 4-H Scholars Program was established for outstanding 4-H members to apply for the $1000 scholarships: $500 from Avista and $500 from Northwest Farm Credit Services.

On Saturday, August 22, 4-H members, Trevor King from Odessa and Mariah Wollweber from Edwall e...

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