Stinson and Huth awarded Missouri Cattleman's Scholarship
Originally published February 13, 2013 at 10:55 a.m., updated February 13, 2013 at 10:55 a.m.
Kendra Stinson and Trever Huth were both awarded the Missouri Cattleman's Scholarship in December. This is the first time students from Cooper County received this award.
Stinson is a senior at Prairie Home High School and on the Senior Officer team with Boonville FFA. She will be attending the University of Missouri in Columbia this fall and will have a dual major; Animal Science (declaring Pre-Vet Med) and Agriculture Business with an Emphasis in Production Agriculture. She is also a member of Missouri Cattleman's Association, American Angus Association, American Maine Anjou' Association, Missouri Pork Producers Association, Prairie Home Helping Hands 4-H, NHS and active in many sports.
Huth is a senior at Prairie Home High School and a member of Boonville FFA. He will be attending Mineral Area Community College this fall and will major in Agriculture. He is also a member of Missouri Cattleman's Association, American Angus Association, Zion 4-H, NHS and active in many sports.
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