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May 3, 2014

Farm Credit of Enid awards scholarships

ENID, Okla. — Farm Credit of Enid has awarded 15 $1,000 college scholarships to area graduates.

Scholarships are given based on academic performance, extracurricular participation, work experience and leadership activities. An independent panel of judges selects the winning candidates.

This year’s scholarship recipients are:  

• Claire Brainard, daughter of Brad and Lisa Brainard, of Enid. She is a graduate of Oklahoma Bible Academy and plans to attend Concordia University.

• James Dobrinski, son of Mike and Ginny Dobrinski, of Okeene. He is a graduate of Okeene High School and plans to attend Oklahoma State University.

• Paul Dobrinski, son of Mike and Ginny Dobrinski, of Okeene. He is a graduate of Okeene High School and plans to attend OSU.

• Scott Dobrinski, son of Mike and Ginny Dobrinski, of Okeene. He is a graduate of Okeene High School and plans to attend OSU.

• Shelby Dobrinski, daughter of Mike and Ginny Dobrinski, of Okeene. She is a graduate of Okeene High School and plans to attend OSU.

• Blake Gabriel, son of Randy and Martha Gabriel, of Hennessey. He is a graduate of Pioneer High School and plans to attend OSU.

• Kristyn Hale, daughter of Ty and Chaney Hale, of Yukon. Her grandparents are Jerry and Julie Mason, of Ringwood. She is a graduate of Piedmont High School and plans to attend Oklahoma Christian University.

• Tyann Isaacs, daughter of Tim and Robyn Isaacs, of Wellington, Kan. She is a graduate of Caldwell High School and plans to attend Friends University.

• Hunter McEachern, of Enid, daughter of John McEachern and Joe and Desiree Highberger. She is a graduate of Enid High School and plans to attend the University of Nevada-Las Vegas.

• Mark Matli, son of Monti and Kelly Matli, of Enid. He is a graduate of Chisholm High School and plans to attend OSU.

• Katherine Muegge, of Lamont, daughter of Chad Muegge and Jill Muegge. She is a graduate of Deer Creek-Lamont High School and plans to attend Oklahoma Baptist University.

• Caleb Neufeld, son of Scott and Brenda Neufeld, of Fairview. He is a graduate of Fairview High School and plans to attend Tabor College.

• Colvin Null, son of Scott and Janice Null, of Hobart. He is a graduate of Hobart High School and plans to attend OSU.

• Braden Schovanec, son of Travis and Christi Schovanec, of Garber. He is a graduate of Garber High School and plans to attend OSU.

• Hannah Wuerflein, daughter of James and Kathryn Wuerflein, of Kremlin. She is a graduate of Kremlin-Hillsdale High School and plans to attend OSU.

Farm Credit of Enid is part of the Farm Credit system established in 1917 to provide services to farmers and ranchers. The Enid association is involved in supporting area youth in a variety of ways. It has been offering college scholarships since 1994.

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