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The Will-South Cook Soil and Water Conservation District Opposes Compass Business Park!


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Grace Foster

2011 Winner: Grace Foster

Grace Foster, the recipient of the 2011 Richard McHugh Scholarship, is a student at Lincoln-way West and will be attending Joliet Junior College in the fall.  She will be pursuing a degree in Agriculture Education.  She plans to pass on her interest in all things agriculture as a teacher at the secondary or post-secondary level.  With a passion for her community, Grace enjoys competing livestock, photography and the outdoors.

David Taylor

2011 Winner: David Taylor

David Taylor of Peotone is the 2011 recipient of the Allen May Conservation Scholarship.  David  is a graduate of Marian Catholic High School and is presently attending Joliet Junior College.  He will attend Governors State University in the fall.  David is also concentrating his studies in the Agricultural field and expects to become an Agricultural Consultant.  He is interested in sustainable agricultural practices and small-scale production farms.  David plays guitar and volunteers in his community.

Allison Meyer

2010 Winner: Allison Meyer

Allison Meyer, the recipient of the Richard McHugh Scholarship, is a student at Beecher High School and will be attending the University of Illinois, Urbana.  She will study Animal Sciences and plans to pursue a career as a veterinarian, specifically working to preserve and protect animals and their habitats.

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