Chariton Valley Scholarship

The Chariton Valley Scholarship Committee met in April to select the 2019 scholarship recipients. Applicants were carefully evaluated on their academic achievement, essay responses, extracurricular activities and letters of recommendation. Again, this year, in partnership with the Foundation of Rural Service (FRS), two area students were each awarded a $2,500 scholarship.

With congratulations to these future leaders, Chariton Valley presents brief profiles of our 2019 Chariton Valley Scholarship recipients.

2019 Scholarship Recipients

Lane Blackford

Lane, a graduate of Macon High School, was awarded a $2,500 FRS Scholarship. Lane is the son of Corey and Anna Blackford. He plans to attend Northwest Missouri State University and major in Instrumental Music Education.

Priscilla Liu

Priscilla, a graduate of Macon High School, was awarded a $2,500 FRS Scholarship. Priscilla is the daughter of Steven and Polly Chant. She plans to attend the University of Kansas as well as the University of Kansas Honors College and major in Pharmacy. She also plans to obtain a minor in Music with the flute or piano as the main instrument.

Jordan Weydert

Jordan, a graduate of Brookfield High School, is the son of Jason and Jonna Weydert. He plans to attend Missouri University of Science and Technology and major in Aerospace Engineering.

Mary Bradley

Mary, a graduate of Bevier High School, is the daughter of Gene and Rebecca Bradley. She plans to attend Hannibal LaGrange University and major in Nursing.

Anna
Link

Anna, a graduate of Moberly High School, is the daughter of Troy and Tara Link. She plans to attend both MACC-Columbia as well as the University of Missouri-Columbia through the MizzouMACC program and major in Agriculture with an emphasis in Plant and Animal Sciences and Ag Communications with a minor in Journalism.

Reka Behrman

Reka, a graduate of Bucklin High School, is the daughter of Kevin Behrman and Jeanette Russell. She plans to attend North Central Missouri College and major in Nursing.

Trinity Harris

Trinity, a graduate of Hale High School, is the daughter of Jeremy and Judy Harris. She plans to attend the University of Central Missouri and major in Software Engineering.

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