Scholarships

2019 Don Teel Scholarship - Deadline has passed. 

2019 Knox County Cattlemen's Scholarship - Click HERE for the application. Due November 1, 2019

2019 Knox County Farm Bureau Foundation Scholars

Dalton Engel is the son of Kevin and Lori Engel of Galesburg.  He will be graduating from Galesburg High School in May, and then attending Carl Sandburg College in the fall, with plans on transferring to Western Illinois University to major in Ag Mechanization. Dalton was awarded the Thomas Lincoln Scholarship.

Hannah Hawkinson is currently a sophomore attending the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign for Agricultural and Biological Engineering planning to specialize in Off Road Equipment. She holds an executive office in her Cooperative sorority on campus, 4-H House. Although she misses the farm kid summer life, she looks forward to her second internship with John Deere for this upcoming summer at Harvester Works. Hannah was awarded one of two O’Connor Family Scholarships.

Blake Hennenfent is the son of Bill and Becky Hennenfent of Gilson. Blake is currently a junior at Western Illinois University majoring in Agricultural Business. Also, Blake is the current President of the WIU Hoof N Horn club and on the Livestock Judging team. He was awarded one of two KCFB Foundation Scholarships.

Hannah Libby is the daughter of Jason and Heidi Libby of Oneida.  She is majoring in Agriculture Education at Western Illinois University.  She plans to become a high school Ag teacher and FFA Advisor upon graduation. Hannah was awarded one of two KCFB Foundation Scholarships.

Evan Link is the son of Rob and Joy Link of Gilson. He will be graduating from Knoxville High School in May and then attending ICC in the fall, with plans on transferring to a 4-year university to major in agricultural engineering. Evan was awarded one of two O’Connor Family Scholarships.