Cole Bentley of Buffalo, Okla. Named the 2018 Recipient of the OACD's Auxiliary Scholarship AwardTue, 20 Mar 2018 11:36:48 CDT
The Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts Auxiliary announces Cole Bentley, high school student from the Buffalo area, as the 2018 Auxiliary Scholarship award winner. Bentley plans to attend Clarendon College to study Ranch and Feedlot operations. While earning an Associate's Degree of Applied Science in Ranch and Feedlot Business, Bentley plans to work part time for a local rancher. Bentley will take this educational and professional experience back home to the Buffalo area to help run the family farm.
The Auxiliary Scholarship is awarded on an annual basis to a student who is a child or grandchild of a conservation district director or manager, a Conservation Commission employee, or a Natural Resources Conservation Services employee that is seeking a higher education at a trade school, college or university. The recipient must have an overall 2.5 Grade Point Average, be enrolled in a Trade School, College or University by Fall of 2018, and must be a full time student.
Congratulations Cole on being named the 2018 Auxiliary Scholarship recipient.
For more information about the Auxiliary Scholarship Award, click here.
Source - Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts
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