Worthington Agribusiness Committee awards scholarships
WORTHINGTON — Three Nobles County high school graduates have been awarded $1,000 scholarships to continue their education in an agriculture- or biosciences-related field by the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce Agribusiness Committee.
Scholarship recipients include Emmett Bickett, the son of Tim and Stacy Bickett of rural Worthington, who plans to attend South Dakota State University this fall to study ag business and animal science; Tristan Thier, the son of David and Ann Thier of rural Rushmore, who plans to attend Iowa State University this fall to study agricultural engineering; and Moriah Bullerma, the daughter of David and Ann Bullerman of rural Adrian, who plans to attend the University of Sioux Falls to study biology.
Bickett graduated in May from Worthington High School, while Bullerman and Thier graduated in May from Adrian High School.
Partnering with the Chamber Agribusiness Committee to award the scholarships are the Nobles County Corn and Soybean Growers Association, Nobles County Farm Bureau and the Rock-Nobles Cattlemen’s Association. Proceeds from the committee’s Farm to Table event go toward the scholarship program.