SEPC announces 2023 Member Scholarship recipients
The Southeast Produce Council has awarded 43 SEPC Member Scholarships worth a total of $64,500 this year. The council said dedication of its members is key.
Scholarships are awarded to applicants who meet the application criteria of having a parent or grandparent who is a corporate member in good standing with the SEPC and has personally attended at least one SEPC event within the last 12 months. Additionally, applicants must be enrolled as a full-time student with a minimum of 12 semester hours. Applicants are then able to submit the necessary paperwork, including an essay, to be reviewed by members of the SEPC Scholarship Committee.
SEPC Member Scholarship recipients receive one $1,500 scholarship annually. Past recipients are eligible; however, they must have maintained a 3.0 GPA, and first preference is given to new applicants.
This year's recipients are Kade Adams, Kayelyn Austin, Gary E. Baker, Colton Barton, Austin Belknap, Kennedy Belknap, Kordelia Bergstrom, Bryan Biederman, Ani Brown, Sebastian Cimino, Lillian Davis, Marco Di Laudo, Tahlia Dilaudo, Conner Edmondson, Joshua Eubanks, Douglas Ford, Maxwell Fuehrer, Michael Fuehrer, Ellen Hendrix, Morgan Jenny, Lindsey Kastensmidt, Isabella Lott, Gabrielle Matejowsky, Charlotte Minerva, Kaylee Nelsen, Alexis Olsen, Claire Paivarinta, Olin Paivarinta, Matheson Parker, Haley Pilcher, Lowri Richards, Peyton Rudman, Steven Shaw, Hudson Sherrod, Mason Shuman, Brittany St George, Riley St George, Sophia Tanner, Kasey Tipton, Charles White, Avery White, Madison Wing and Kylie Wynne.