Neal Kaiser, Hillsboro High School senior and FFA member, was this year?s recipient of a $1,000 scholarship from Hillsboro Ford Mercury and Ford Motor Co. Presenting Kaiser with the scholarship award are Randy Hagen, left, and Terry Hagen, right, owners of the local dealership. Kaiser plans to study agronomy and crop science at Kansas State University. His parents are Eldon Kaiser and Julia Kaiser, both of Lehigh. The ?Built Ford Tough Trucks FFA Scholarship Program? recognizes and rewards FFA members for their talents and accomplishments as they continue with their academic future, according to information from Ford Motor Co. The mission of FFA, is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success though agricultural education.
Kaiser receives $1,000 Ford scholarship
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