18 awarded FFA Scholarship from Ag Partners & Alceco

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Ag Partners and Alceco are pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Ag Partners and Alceco FFA Scholarship.

Each year, Ag Partners and Alceco offer an FFA scholarship to one high school senior from each FFA chapter in the Ag Partners trade area. Winners are determined by total points based on the career of the FFA participant and participation in four major areas: Supervised agricultural experience projects, community service projects, the local chapter’s cooperative activities and leadership activities.

The winners of the $500 scholarship are:

Alisha Storm – South Hamilton High School; Nelson Findling – Clay Central Everly High School; Sidney Hilsabeck – Alta-Aurelia High School; Danika Tindall – Akron-Westfield High School; Brooke Erdman – Spencer High School; Tristan Haag- Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn High School; Brandon Neyens – Le Mars High School; Carli Grau – Newell-Fonda High School; Travis Te Grotenhuis – MOC-Floyd Valley High School; Kaysha Steiger – Western Christian High School; William Rupnow – East Sac County High School; Erin Miedema – Unity Christian High School; Sydney Vanderhoff – Sioux Central High School; Bailey Vainreb – Pocahontas Area High School; Anna Sells – South O’Brien High School and Haley Wagenaar – Sheldon High School.

Two overall point winners – one from Ag Partners’ east region and one from Ag Partners’ west region – will receive $1,000 scholarships.

Those two students are: Brandon Langbein – East Sac County High School and Keaton Koerselman – Le Mars High School

Ag Partners & Alceco congratulate the winners of the 2017 FFA scholarship as well as all 2017 graduates, and wishes them the best of the luck in their future endeavors.

Ag Partners provides products, services and market access in the areas of grain, agronomy, feed and petroleum. Formed in 1997, the company represents a joint venture between Alceco, an Iowa cooperative, and Cargill. The company’s locations include retail and wholesale agronomy outlets, grain facilities and feed mills throughout Iowa. For more information, visit www.agpartners.com.

Albert City Elevator, A Cooperative (Alceco), dates back to 1925. The original Farmers Elevator Company was created as a stock company in 1905 and reorganized as a cooperative 20 years later. Today, Alceco continues to thrive as the farmer-owned cooperative partner of Ag Partners, L.L.C. For more information on Alceco, visit www.alceco.com.