The Tulsa State Fair Ringmasters have awarded a $2,000 scholarship to Hailey Drake and Maysen Garrett, of the Guthrie FFA Chapter. Hailey and Maysen have exhibited great character, work ethic, and community involvement; these attributes are the qualities necessary to achieve success and further their educational career.
“It is with great honor Hailey and Maysen received the Tulsa State Fair Livestock Scholarship and should be recognized for their agriculture involvement and achievements,” a spokesperson said.
Applications are thoroughly evaluated by the Tulsa Community Foundation’s Tulsa Ringmasters Scholarship Selection Committee. The criteria for selecting the deserving recipients include their involvement in extracurricular activities associated with high school and community participation, participation in the Tulsa State Fair Junior Livestock Shows, and a short essay outlining their long-term educational goals. Over one hundred applications were received and thirty-three scholarships totaling $70,000 were awarded based on the established criteria.
The Tulsa State Fair Ringmasters are composed of a volunteer group from Tulsa and surrounding areas. The Ringmasters dedicate their time and effort each year to raise funds to support Oklahoma’s 4-H and FFA Youth through the Tulsa State Fair Junior Livestock Auction and to help raise funds for the continued growth of the Tulsa State Fair Livestock Scholarship Fund. Through the dedication of the Ringmasters group, the scholarship program has grown immensely and will have an immeasurable impact on the youth of Oklahoma, who are the future of Oklahoma agriculture.
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