May 29, 2012

Grant helps TV library

NEW MADISON – Tri-Village High School was awarded a check for $200 to support the library from a Cargill Grant.  This grant is presented by Cargill as part of the Cargill Community Scholarship Program, administered by National FFA. 
In late April, National FFA announced the recipients of the Cargill Community Scholarship awards student academic achievement and excellence in school and community activities.  Scholarships of $1,000 each were awarded to 350 outstanding high-school seniors living in U.S. communities where Cargill operates; recipients will receive a scholarship acceptance packet from National FA in June.
As part of the scholarship program, Cargill also provides a grant in the student’ honor to the student’s high school, to be used for the school’s library needs.  We recognize that our continued success depends on the growth and health of our communities and partners, including our local school partners. 
Austin Mikesell received the 2012 Cargill Community Scholarship.  
Shown are Brian Pohlman, FFA Advisor, Austin Mikesell, and Mrs. Brenda Miller Library Media Specialists. 


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