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4-H clover 4-H Scholarships, Explained

4-H scholarships are given from funds raised during our 2 fundraisers for the year, the fruit sale and the food stand during the county fair.

Families who meet these requirements can utilize as many scholarships as their family qualifies for.

Scholarships are only given if participant works in grandstand/food stand and the family sells a minimum of 8 boxes of fruit.

Bonus Fruit sale scholarships are given as a percentage of scholarship, based on number of boxes sold 8-14 boxes=10%; 15-20 boxes=15%; 21-25 boxes =20%; 26+ boxes =25% (on a base scholarship of $100, if a family sold 22 boxes of fruit they would receive an actual scholarship of $120.

Federation Pays 100% of chaperones lodging and food if they sleep in supplied lodging & eat 4-H meals.  State                                

Horse, State Dog, State Shoot lodging is paid $25/night/4-H member, reimbursed with receipts after the event. 

Federation voted to give up to $100 scholarships to youth in need, from the Weisz Family donation. 

There is an unlimited number of scholarships youth/families may access each 4-H year. 

(3 youth/1 volunteer in a family, they attend, summer camp, NE Livestock Show, State Fair, State Shoot and volunteer training-scholarships apply to all as long as they worked a shift and the family sold 8 boxes of fruit, that also includes the bonus scholarships and any lodging reimbursement that applies from the approved budget).

If you have questions about the budget, please call 320-632-0161.

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