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Michigan Youth Livestock Scholarship Fund
Since 2000, the Michigan Youth Livestock Scholarship Fund (MYLSF) has been awarding scholarships annually to outstanding youth who exhibit at the Michigan State Fair, Michigan livestock Expo and Michigan Dairy Expo. The fund is also responsible for supporting educational awards provided to youth livestock and dairy exhibitors each year. Funding comes from specific proceeds from the Michigan Livestock Expo Sale-Abration.
2022 MYLSF Scholarship Winners
$3,500 scholarship: Margaret Hartman of Flint; Irene Nielsen of Mason; and Shannon Rossman of Litchfield
$2,500 scholarship: Allison Littlefield of Burr Oak; and Ryann Locke of Albion
$2,000 scholarship: Hannah Hart of Benton Harbor; Stephanie Harvey of Hamilton; Andrew Littlefield of Burr Oak; Tyler Rozema of Coopersville; Madalyn Stewart of Charlotte; and Katrina Tucker of Hopkins
$1,500 scholarship: Morgan Klosowski of Elkston; and Breanne Reif of Allen
$1,000 scholarship: Samantha Armstrong of Gregory; Travis Boeskool of Hamilton; Mallory Rozema of Coopersville; Alexander Scovill of Laingsburg; and Caleb Tucker of Hopkins
$500 scholarship: Alexandria Blackmer of Parma, Alissa Boersen of Zeeland; and Jena Bradley of Cassopolis
$1,000 statewide scholarship: Reece Chapman of Bellevue; Katlyn Cunningham of Corunna; and Hayley Wineland of Coldwater
2023 MYLSF Scholarship Information
2023 MYLSF Scholarship applications will be accessible on February 1, 2023 with a deadline of May 15, 2023.