The Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP), and The Race For Education are proud to announce it's 2018 Scholarship recipients.
The KEEP Foundation board of directors approved $32,000 in scholarships to 19 students, attending 9 universities across the Commonwealth. All of the 2018 scholarship recipients are students currently enrolled with a university or college in Kentucky in an equine and/or, agriculture related major or a horse-related program.
“Having a group of quality students interested in equine careers from all across Kentucky truly represents the statewide nature of our industry”, said Elisabeth Jensen, KEEP's Executive Vice President.
2018 Race For Education KEEP Foundation Scholarship
Leah Bonnanno – Woodford County – Midway University
Zachary Chaney – Pike County – University of Kentucky
Grace Clark – Simpson County – Western Kentucky University
Celene Correa Chavez – Jefferson County – Jefferson Community College
Cady Coulardot – Bullitt County – Spalding University
Maria Hyrcza – Bracken County – University of Kentucky
Emily Lampman – Fayette County – Bluegrass Community and Technical College
Zoey Norris – Adair County – University of Kentucky
Maria Oachs – Fayette County – University of Kentucky
BriannaVitt – Jefferson County – University of Louisville
ShelbieWallace – Jefferson County – University of Louisville
Hannah White – Anderson County – University of Kentucky
2018 4H Leg Up Scholarship
Alexis Adams – Spencer County – Murray State University
Emily Chandler – Hardin County – Midway University
MacKenzie Edwards – Grayson County – Murray State University
Jenna Meredith – Hardin County – Elizabethtown Community & Technical College
Deborah Myers – Campbell County – University of Kentucky
Chasity Warner – Washington County – Elizabethtown Community & Technical College
2018 Locust Trace Agri-Science Scholarship
DeMarius Wilson – Fayette County – Western Kentucky University
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