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Galveston County Fair & Rodeo

SERVING GALVESTON COUNTY TEXAS YOUTH SINCE 1938

SEE 2017 EVENT RESULTS

Experience The Tradition

Scholarships

On Wednesday, April 24, 2017, the Galveston County Fair & Rodeo proudly awarded a grand total of

$73,500 in scholarships to graduating 4-H members, FFA members and Summer Series participants.

 

Congratulations to the following recipients!

Brooke Adair of Santa Fe High School

Alyson Best of Santa Fe High School

Madison Bourgeois of Texas City High School

Brooke Burris of Friendswood High School

Olivia Cates of Friendswood High School

Rebekah Clark of Clark Academy

Megan Cotham of Friendswood High School

Marshall Elliott of Santa Fe High School

Abigail Forasiepi of Texas City High School

Marli Hawk of Santa Fe High School

Kyrie Irwin of Clear Creek High School

Ty Kempken of Friendswood High School

Rebecca Low of Clear Creek High School

Kelsea Moffett of Santa Fe High School

Courtney Nix of Santa Fe High School

Kaitlyn Pederson of Friendswood High School

Haiden Perez of Texas City High School

Jordan Rushing of Santa Fe High School

Brent Smith of Hitchcock High School

Yvette Smith of Smith Academy

Hunter Wainwright of Santa Fe High School

Kayla Woodcock of Santa Fe High School

 

We would like to recognize and thank...

SouthEast Texas Sports Fishing Association

David & Susan Gillioz

Roger Westmoreland Concessions

Evelyn Anderson Tate & Michael Tate

Jeff & Lisa Verm, Beck Redden

LLP, Best in the West Cook-off Team

Skufca Family Foundation

Greg & Melinda Gardner

Novosad Family

Tibaldo’s Feed & Supply

Countryside Metal Works

Moonshine Cookers and the families of Mike King

Allen Welch

Bill Born

Sonny Sewell

 

...for their contributions to the scholarship fund.

 

 

General Scholarship Information

The Galveston County Fair & Rodeo, Inc. is proud to offer several scholarships to eligible Galveston County high school seniors.  Each applicant must be a current member of a Galveston County 4-H Club, FFA Chapter, or Summer Series Youth Rodeo participant, must be a graduate from a high school (public, private or TEA-approved schooling at home) within Galveston County I.S.D. boundaries during the school year of application and begin college, university, or trade school the following Fall semester. The number of scholarships to be awarded will be determined by the amount of available funds and the rating of the applicant.  Applicants are rated on scholastic achievement, agricultural related participation, Summer Series Youth Rodeo participation, community service, leadership, financial need, and a narrative.  Scholarships are awarded for any area of study.

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