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ALCIVIA Awards 25 Student Scholarships

Ag and energy cooperative has given almost 900 scholarships since 1989


ALCIVIA announces the winners of its annual scholarships.

The agriculture and energy cooperative, headquartered in Cottage Grove, WI, recently presented 25 scholarships of $1,000 each to a group of local high school seniors and collegiate students pursuing post-secondary education.

Scholarships were awarded during ALCIVIA’s annual scholarship reception, that was held virtually to bring students together from across the state of Wisconsin. Recipients were able to discuss future goals and aspirations with ALCIVIA leadership during the reception.

“We are proud to invest in the future of agriculture and youth leaders. It is a pleasure to help students along their academic journey. By awarding scholarships, we are able to set students on a path to success," said Jim Dell, CEO and president.

"They have excelled not only in academics, but also in their personal and extra-curricular endeavors."

The ALCIVIA scholarship program encourages academic, professional, and leadership development.

ALCIVIA has awarded almost 900 scholarships totaling more than $440,850 to students since 1989 in support of building a strong future for its members, its communities, and the world.

“For many years, ALCIVIA has demonstrated a commitment to investing in the future of agriculture and the communities it serves. Providing scholarships for the children of co-op members is just one of the many ways ALCIVIA delivers on that commitment. This year’s recipients are poised for a bright future,” said Jim Lange, ALCIVIA’s board chairman.

Recipients were selected from a pool of applicants based on cumulative grade point average, leadership, scholastic achievement, extracurricular activities, personal motivation, and academic and career goals.

All members and employees of ALCIVIA and their children attending four-year universities, two-year technical programs or short courses and high school seniors planning for post-secondary education were eligible to apply for the awards.

The 2021-22 winners are:

  • Alexis Boston – Milton, WI, parents, Chris Boston and Heather Jones-Robers
  • Barbara Dittrich – Alama, WI, parents, Don and Billie Dittrich
  • Bridgett Bergmann – St. Croix Falls, WI, parents, Will and Stacy Bergmann
  • Connor Brickley – Oregon, WI, parents, Dave and Elaine Brickley
  • Dresden Lambert – Fountain City, WI, parent, Robert and Cindy Lambert
  • Emily Strauss – Lake Mills, WI, parents, Bruce and Tammy Strauss
  • Janessa Perry – Independence, WI, parent, Jennifer and Travis Perry
  • Kristen Felton – Wisconsin Dells, WI, parents, Kelly and Matthew Felton
  • Luke Trustem – Evansvillle, WI, parents, Sandy Larson and Jim Trustem
  • Brady Boelter – Randolph, WI, parents, Heath and Kelly Boelter
  • Brady Dehnke – Augusta, WI, parents, James and Rhonda Dehnke
  • Caleb Lokker – Baldwin, WI, parent, Randall Lokker
  • Calli Storms - Richland, WI, parents, David and Beth Storms
  • Claire Anderson – Spring Valley, WI, parents, Byron and Sara Anderson
  • Courtney Glenna – Amery, WI, parents, Randy and Charlotte Glenna
  • Deidra Meyer – Amery, WI, parents, Derrick and Debbie Meyer
  • Ethan Fredie – Durand, WI, parents, Rob and Pam Fedie
  • Faith Baerwolf – Columbus, WI, parents, Jennifer and James Baerwolf
  • Justyne Frisle – Prairie Farm, WI, parents, Dean and Leslie Frisle
  • Katie Nusbaum – Monroe, WI, parents, Scott and Briget Nusbaum
  • Madison Moses – Menomonie, WI, parents, Clint and Nora Moses
  • Maryann Gudenkauf – Menomonie, WI, parents, Mike and Anna Gudenkauf
  • Michael Schaal – Menomonie, WI, parents, Brian and Renee Schaal
  • Nathan Stanek – Menomonie, WI, parents, Greg and Jennifer Stanek
  • Taylor Himebauch – Menomonie, WI, parent, Beth Helding
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