Nine Jackson County 4-H members recently were awarded Indiana 4-H Foundation Scholarships.
The awards were based on community service, leadership and project work through the 4-H program, according to a news release from the Jackson County Extension Office.
All scholarship winners are 10-year members of Jackson County 4-H. The scholarship winners, their parents and the scholarship they received are:
Clayton Pottschmidt, son of Dale and Teresa Pottschmidt, Jackson County 4-H Junior Leaders Indiana 4-H Foundation Senior Scholarship
Macey Warren, daughter of Walter and Jan Warren, Jackson County Club Committee Indiana 4-H Foundation Senior Scholarship
Mackenzie Farmer, daughter of Edward and Kristie Farmer, Jackson County – CB Hess Memorial Indiana 4-H Foundation Senior Scholarship
Katy Nolting, daughter of Mark and Jane Nolting, Jackson County 4-H Auction 4-H Foundation Senior Scholarship
Kayla Schneider, daughter of James and Kim Schneider, Jackson County 4-H Auction 4-H Foundation Senior Scholarship
Allison Hackman, daughter of Tom and Ruth Hackman, Jackson County 4-H Junior Leader 4-H Foundation Senior Scholarship
Shelby Nierman, daughter of Brian and Amy Nierman, CB Hess Memorial 4-H Scholarship from the Indiana 4-H Foundation
Marley Vehslage, daughter of David and Rebecca Vehslage, Jackson County Club Committee Indiana 4-H Foundation Senior Scholarship
Amanda Stuckwisch, daughter of Ed and Sara Stuckwisch, Jackson County — CB Hess Memorial Indiana 4-H Foundation Senior Scholarship
For information on how to become involved with 4-H or how to apply for 4-H scholarships, contact Amy Nierman, extension educator for 4-H youth development in Jackson County, at 812-358-6101.