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Scholarships offered for high school seniors involved in 4-H or FFA

The program offers scholarships who have been involved in 4-H for five years and/or FFA for two years.
Posted on Jan. 28, 2013 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Jan. 28, 2013 at 10:15 a.m.

WABASH — North Central Co-op (NCC) has announced that it will award scholarships to 11 high school seniors this year. The program gives awards to deserving high school seniors who have been involved in at least 5 years of 4-H and/or 2 years of FFA and have parents that are current stockholders, patrons or employees of the cooperative. The student must be entering his/her freshman year in an Associate, Bachelor or Technical/Trade School. If interested in applying or learning more about NCC, go to The completed form must be in to the NCC office on or before March 1. For more information on these scholarships, contact David Smith at 1-800-992-3495, ext. 279.

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