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Scholarships

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Applications Due Feb. 1, 2019
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Luke Schubbe

2015 Winner: Luke Schubbe

 

Luke Schubbe, the son of Brian and Sheri Schubbe of Peotone, is the 2015 recipient of the Allan May Conservation Scholarship.  Luke is a student at Peotone High School.  He plans to attend Illinois State University at Normal, Illinois in the fall where he will study agronomy management and crop/soil science.  Luke comes from a family that has farmed for many generations and he expects to carry on the tradition after his graduation.  His studies will help him to improve the productivity and efficiency of his family’s business while also conserving the farmland for future generations.  Active in his community and his church, Luke also manages his own hay business.  He enjoys spending time with friends, playing guitar, physical fitness and restoring antique vehicles.

 

Sara Berndt

2015 Winner: Sara Berndt

 

Sara Berndt, the daughter of Joseph and Jill Berndt of Tinley Park, is the 2015 recipient of the Dick McHugh Memorial Scholarship.  Sara is a student at Tinley Park High School.  She plans to attend Illinois State University at Normal, Illinois in the fall where she will study Conservation Biology. Sara’s hobbies include taking long walks, drawing, playing sports and going to movies.  With a strong appreciation for the environment, Sara would like to work for the Illinois Department of Natural Resources or the Forest Preserve District of Will County after graduating from college.

 

 

 

Will Kibler

2014 Winner: Will Kibler

 

Will Kibler of Lockport is the recipient of  the 2014 Allan May Memorial Conservation Education Scholarship.  Will, the son of William and Kathy Kibler, is a student at Plainfield Central High School.  He plans to attend Joliet Junior College in the fall with his future plans including a career in Forestry Management.  Active in his community and his church, Will enjoys hunting, fishing, skiing and anything involving the outdoors.

 

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