County Farm Bureau Announces Scholarship Winners.
Four area students were awarded scholarships through the program by Idaho County Farm Bureau.
Two of the winners are planning to attend Lewis-Clark State College. Melissa Kay Stuivenga, Grangeville High School senoir, will pursue a career in the Medical Field. She is the daughter of Ed and Debra Stuivenga, Grangeville.
Lauren Patricia Chmelik, first -year student at LCSC, is continuing her studies in Nursing. Her parents are Jim and Colleen Chmelik, Cottonwood.
The University of Idaho is the choice for Jacqueline Janice Lustig and Julia Michelle Workman.
Lustig is a first-year student at the U of I now, majoring in Elementary Education. Dominic and Gina Lustig, Winona, are her parents.
Workman will be taking courses in Ag Economics and Pre-Law, namely agriculture-related law. She is the daughter of Jeffrey and Sheryl Workman, Grangeville.
The applications of Chmelik and Workman have been sent to Pocatello for state competition.
Scholarship winners clockwise from top left are jacquie Lustig, Lauren Chmelik, Julia Workman and Melissa Stuivenga.
Idaho Ag in the Classroom Workshops and Tours
All Idaho teachers are invited to attend a 2-Day Workshop or a 4-Day Tour all about Idaho Agriculture this summer.
Idaho Ag In The Classroom (AITC) workshops allow you to experience 16 hours of fun, food, tours, hands-on student activities, and a wealth of materials you can use in your own classroom resource library. Agriculture is all around us - share its importance with your students. Workshops include pertinent information for teachers of all grade levels (PreK - 12th grade).
The 2-Day Workshops will be held in three locations: West Treasure Valley - June 11-12, Greater Treasure Valley - June 15-16 or Pocatello - June 18-19. University of Idaho credit is available for $89. Workshop space is limited. For information on the workshops, contact Kay, 208 888-0988 or email@example.com
AITC Up Close and personal Tours are scheduled July 14-17 for the Nampa Base Tour and July 21-24 for the Boise to Idaho Falls Tour. These 4-Day tours allow you to visit one-on-one with Idaho Ag leaders, learn statistics about Idaho Ag, and increase your knowledge of Idaho Agriculture. Spend time on the farms and ranches. The evenings will include BBQs and activities with area farmers and ranchers. Each tour is limited to 50 participants. the University of Idaho will allow 2 gratuate credits (fee: $89 per credit). For information on the tours, contact Dee, 208 888-0988 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Idaho County Farm Bureau will cover the registration cost for Idaho County teachers who would like to attend. For registration forms, contact Jeanne Arnzen, 962-3327 or register online at www.idahoaitc.org.