JUNEAU — Aiden Bobholz and Lindsay Propst have every been awarded a 2021 Dodge County Grasp Gardener Affiliation $1,000 scholarship.
Bobholz, a senior at Randolph Excessive College, plans to attend Iowa State College in Ames, Iowa and main in agronomy. In highschool he was a member and an officer in FFA and labored within the college greenhouse. He additionally participated in observe and area and cross county for 3 years and volunteered in quite a few neighborhood actions. Bobholz labored for Alsum Meals and Phillips Crop Care, the place he scouted for weeds, illness and bugs, staged winter wheat, and took stand counts of corn and soybeans.
Propst, a senior at Beaver Dam Excessive College, plans to attend the College of Wisconsin-Madison and main in genetics and genomics. Propst is a FFA member on the parliamentary process staff, lively in varsity tennis and captain of the soccer staff, a member of Beaver Dam Excessive College marching band, Nationwide Honor Society and pupil council in addition to 4H and different neighborhood teams. Propst works on her household’s farm the place she helps with planting and harvesting crops and elevating hogs for market.
The Dodge County Grasp Gardener Affiliation awards an annual scholarship to a highschool senior who’s planning a profession in some space of horticulture.