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MT Angus Association scholarships available to college students

The Montana Angus Auxiliary is pleased to announce that the Montana Angus Association will award two $1,000 scholarships to continuing college students entering at least the sophomore year of their college education.

The scholarship will be available for the fall 2011 semester. Students must be from a Montana home and attending an accredited Montana college or university of post-secondary education with a grade point average of 2.5 or higher. Preference will be given to students whose family is associated with Montana Angus and/or agriculture, whose studies and/or future plans include cattle and/or the agriculture business, and who show a need for financial assistance.

For more information and an application, please contact LaVonne Frost, Scholarship Chairman, 357 Rehder Rd., Roundup, MT 59072, call 406-323-3415, e-mail frostangus@midrivers.com or visit: http://www.mtangus.org/junior.html. Applications must be postmarked no later than Aug. 15.

The Montana Angus Auxiliary is pleased to announce that the Montana Angus Association will award two $1,000 scholarships to continuing college students entering at least the sophomore year of their college education.

The scholarship will be available for the fall 2011 semester. Students must be from a Montana home and attending an accredited Montana college or university of post-secondary education with a grade point average of 2.5 or higher. Preference will be given to students whose family is associated with Montana Angus and/or agriculture, whose studies and/or future plans include cattle and/or the agriculture business, and who show a need for financial assistance.

For more information and an application, please contact LaVonne Frost, Scholarship Chairman, 357 Rehder Rd., Roundup, MT 59072, call 406-323-3415, e-mail frostangus@midrivers.com or visit: http://www.mtangus.org/junior.html. Applications must be postmarked no later than Aug. 15.

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