Huwaldt is LENRD scholarship winner
NORFOLK – The Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District (LENRD) recently awarded four scholarships to area graduates. The $500 scholarships are given to graduating high school seniors within the district who are planning to further their education in a natural resources or agriculture-related field.
To be eligible for a scholarship the student must be a graduating high school senior who resides or whose family owns land within the LENRD boundaries. The student must have an overall grade point average of a 2.0, or higher, on a 4.0 scale. The student must also attend an accredited college, community college or vocational school the semester following graduation.
Among the four graduates selected to receive scholarships in 2020 is Madeline Huwaldt of Osmond.
Madeline Huwaldt is a graduate of Osmond High School. She plans to attend South Dakota State University and major in agricultural communications. Madeline is the daughter of Brad and Marla Huwaldt of Osmond.
LENRD Information and Education Specialist Julie Wragge said, “The LENRD board and staff would like to take this opportunity to congratulate our scholarship winners and thank all students who took the time to apply. We’re happy to support you in your future endeavors and we encourage you to remember how important the protection of our natural resources is for our future. Good luck to all of you!”