Vulcan’s Medina Quarry helps local youth prepare for college
25 Medina County Junior Livestock Show participants awarded scholarships
Vulcan Materials Company’s Medina Quarry is helping local youth prepare for college by awarding scholarships to 25 participants of the 2015 Medina County Junior Livestock Show (MCJLS), which took place from January 18-31.
More than 750 youth members of 4-H and Future Farmers of America (FFA) Chapters participated in this year’s show at the Medina County Fairgrounds, featuring exhibits of lambs, goats, steers, heifers, rabbits, hogs and Ag Mechanics projects. During the livestock auction, MCJLS set aside winning bids made by Vulcan for scholarships.
“Vulcan is proud to partner with the Medina County Junior Livestock Show,” said Brett Bryant, Vice President and General Manager of Vulcan Materials Company’s Southwest Division. “We recognize their dedication and hard work. The next generation of agriculture students is vital to the great State of Texas. With young people like these outstanding scholarship recipients, an even brighter future lies ahead for the agriculture and livestock industries.”
The following youth received scholarships: Timothy Bippert, Peyton Burell, Toni Burell, Casslyn Faseler, Grant Flores, Shelby Gayre, Jacie Henefy, Jett Henefy, Layton Herrmann, Maby Herrmann, Amy Klaus, Kayci Koch, Maverick Luensmann, Montana Luensmann, James Masters, Dorren Mata, Dylan Mata, Andrea Ruiz, Micaela Ruiz, Chase Santos, Christen Santos, Allyson Shudde, Lillie Weyel, Sidney Weyel, and Jordan Zerr.