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Every year, the Red and White Dairy Cattle Association presents 3-$1,000 scholarships to deserving members continuing their education to pursue careers in the dairy industry.

Receiving Scholarships this year are;

Cael Hembury from Muncy, PA. Cael is the son of Ron and Lori Hembury. His family owns and operates Cherry-Lor Holsteins. At Muncy High School, Cael was involved in football, wrestling, and baseball. He was also a member of the National Honors Society, Technology Club, as well as a repeat state qualifier for the FBLA. In the fall, he will attend Penn State, pursuing a degree in Engineering.

Jacob Schaefer from Little Falls, MN, is the son of Tracy Schaefer and Karla Smieja. Jacob most recently held the GFW Pioneer Express FFA president position and was involved with Golf and Band while in high school. He is a member of the Minnesota Junior Holstein AssociatIon and was recently named Historian. In the fall, Jacob will attend South Dakota State University majoring in Dairy Production.

Courtney Schrader from Earleville, MD, is the daughter of William and Kerry Schrader. Courtney attended Bohemia Manor High School and was active there with choir, track, tennis and soccer. She was a member of the National Honors Society, Tri-M Music Honor Society, as well as a state qualifier with her FBLA chapter. Courtney is active within her community and volunteers at several outlets. Cortney will be attending Salisbury University, MD, where she is majoring in Management with a minor in Communications.