I am pleased to announce that Pride Ag Resources in support of continued education for its members, is providing five $1000 scholarships.
Eligibility: Area high school seniors who will be graduating in May of 2018 and will be attending post education at Vo-Tech, Junior College or 4-year College will be eligible to apply.
Application:Applicants must be children of parents who are members of Pride Ag Resources and will need to apply before May 1st of 2018. Award money will be paid in two payments each semester to an education facility selected by winners. Scholarship winners will be announced prior to and will be recognized at the Pride Ag Resources Annual Meeting in May.
Committee: Applicants will be selected by a committee of educators, retired employees, and business leaders. Scholarships are awarded without regard to race, color, creed, religion, gender, disability, or national origin. Recipients are selected on the basis of academic record, leadership, participation in school and community activities, honors, work experience, and a statement of career and educational goals.
Recipients: The scholarship winners will need to provide a proof of passing at the end of semester, graduation certificate, and certification of enrollment for the post education selected. Payment will be made directly to the college after proof of enrollment.
WINTER GRAIN MARKETING MEETINGS MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 2018 Dodge City @ 6:30 PM Casey’s Cowtown
TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2018 Hanston @ 8:30 Elk Plaza Kalvesta @ noon Pawnee Acre Community Building
A meal will be served at Dodge City & Kalvesta A continental breakfast will be served at Hanston (Please RSVP to 620-225-4193)
An in-depth presentation of Compass Contracts will be presented as well as a current overview of today’s markets
FEATURED SPEAKER --- JIM WARREN, CHS HEDGING
Jim Warren is a Series 3 licensed market analyst with more than 27 years of experience in futures markets, trading and marketing planning for grain, dairy, livestock and energy customers. Jim began his agriculture career as a full-time producer in a family-owned, farrow-to-finish hog enterprise; he still grows corn and beans on his farm just north of St Joe, MO. Jim holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and agriculture from Northwest Missouri State University.