Logan, Shapland are 4-H Foundation honorees

The Kansas 4-H Foundation has selected 67 students to receive more than $70,000 in college scholarships for the 2016-17 academic year, based on their involvement, leadership and citizenship as a member of Kansas 4-H.

Recipients, along with statewide Kansas Award Portfolio (KAP) winners, were recognized at the Emerald Circle Banquet in Manhattan on June 2.

Payden Shapland, Dighton, was selected as a memorial scholarship winner.

Karlee Logan, Scott City, was a KAP winner in fiber arts.

 

State KAP winners are recognized for their citizenship, leadership, learning and participation within a specific 4-H project area and earn the opportunity to attend National 4-H Congress which is in Atlanta, Ga., each fall. Each recipient is also awarded a $400 scholarship to put toward the cost of the trip.

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