Lake County Farm Bureau Scholarship Program
The LCFB Scholarship Program was organized to provide financial assistance to Lake County students who show a desire to pursue a career in the agricultural industry. The scholarships are awarded annually and are based upon academic achievement, career goals, extracurricular activities, determination, leadership skills, and a commitment to study agriculture.
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2019 Scholarship Recipients
Rebecca is a 2019 Upper Lake High School graduate. Rebecca served as the 2019-2019 FFA Chapter President and 4-H Vice President. Rebecca will be attending Oklahoma State in the fall majoring in animal science and livestock production. Rebecca hopes to pursue a career as a livestock company representative.
Ariana is a 2018 graduate of Kelseyville High School. She currently attends Yuba Community College where she is pursuing an education in Agriculture Education. Ariana has a passion for agriculture and hopes to be an agricultural educator in the future. She is a previous KHS and Mendo Lake FFA officer.
Jackie is a 2019 graduate of Kelseyville High School. Jackie has been involved in the K-Corps and the Kelseyville Community for Rescue and Public Service. Jackie will be attending California State University Stanislaus to major in nursing. She is passionate about helping others and wishes to become a role model for younger children to demonstrate that anything is achievable.
Adrian is a 2019 graduate of Kelseyville High School. Adrian will be attending Mendocino College in the fall to major in forestry while also continuing his baseball career. He plans to become a fish and game warden at the conclusion of his education.He has an enormous passion for wildlife and the outdoors.
Steven is a 2019 Kelseyville High School graduate. Steven served as the 2018-2019 FFA Chapter president and as the Mendo Lake FFA Treasurer. Steven will be attending Chico State University to major in Agriculture Business.One of Steven's goals is to eventually have his own farm and raise many species of animals. Steven has previously raised market swine.
Angel is a 2019 Kelseyville High School graduate. Angel will be completing his general education at Mendocino College and transferring to UC Berkely to study Biology. Angel's interest in biology stemmed from his experience in FFA. His goal is to assist in revolutionizing and developing the agriculture industry to most benefit the people of the United States.
Evan Holdenried is a 2019 graduate of Kelseyville High School. Evan will be attending Butte Community College where he plans to complete his general education and continue his swimming career. Evan has been an active FFA member throughout high school, swims competitively and assists with his family's hay hauling business. Evan is interested in pursuing a career in agriculture business, engineering or possibly law enforcement.
2019 Blue Jacket Bonanza Recipients
This year all recipients were from upper lake ffa!
2018 Scholarship Recipients
Megan Franco is a 2017 Graduate of Upper Lake High School, she graduated as the Salutatorian of her class. Megan is in her first year at UC Davis majoring in Agriculture and Environmental Education with the hopes of becoming an Agriculture Teacher and an FFA Adviser.Megan is pursuing her American degree. Megan hopes to give back to the FFA Organization because of all the doors it opened for her, and for its part in her realizing her passion for agriculture.
Nicholas Warner is a 2018 Graduate of Upper Lake High School, he graduated as Valedictorian of his class. Nicholas will be attending UC Davis in the fall majoring in Computer Science. He plans on getting his Bachelors degree and working as a software engineer.
Serena Onate is a 2018 graduate of Lower Lake High School. She will be attending UC Davis in the fall majoring in Agricultural and environmental sciences. She was the Chapter President of Lower Lake High School as well as Vice President on the Mendo/Lake Sectional team.
Delaney Love is a 2018 graduate of Upper Lake High School, she graduated as Valedictorian of her class. Delaney will be attending Chico State in the fall majoring in Political Science with minors in Agriculture and French. Delaney aspires to be an Agriculture Advocate. She yearns to ignite social change toward a more humane, civic, and healthier society.
Ariana Montero-Pille is a 2018 graduate of Kelseyville High School. Ariana will be attending Chico State in the fall, majoring in Agriculture Education and science. She was the Chapter President of Kelseyville High School as well as Mendo/Lake Sectional President.
Hailey Finch is a 2017 Graduate of Kelseyville High School. She is in her first year at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo to major in Animal Science. She hopes to attend veterinary school after completing her bachelor's degree. Hailey plans to become either a large animal or exotic animal veterinarian.
Yareli Lozano is a 2018 graduate from Kelseyville High School. She will be attending UC Davis in the fall majoring in nutrition and kinesiology. She participates in cross country and track.
2017 Scholarship Recipients
2016 Scholarship Recipients
Megan Franco is a 2017 Graduate of Upper Lake High School, she graduated as the Salutatorian of her class. In the fall, Megan will be attending UC Davis to major in Agriculture and Environmental Education with the hopes of becoming an Agriculture Teacher and an FFA Adviser. Megan hopes to give back to the FFA Organization because of all the doors it opened for her, and for its part in her realizing her passion for agriculture.
Carli Mendonca is a 2017 Graduate of Kelseyville High School. She will be attending Butte Junior College to obtain a Bachelor's Degree in Child Development. She plans to explore this field in order to choose the right profession for her.
Blair Brookes is a 2014 graduate of Kelseyville High School and is currently a junior at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo where she is studying Agribusiness. After she finishes her Bachelor's Degree she will remain at CalPoly to receive her Master's Degree in Agriculture Education. She plans to work in agriculture policy, then she wants to be a teacher as a secondary career.
Kyle Ellis is a 2017 graduate of Kelseyville High School. He will be attending Santa Rosa JC in the fall to study Criminal Justice. Kyle's family has been apart of the Lake County Agricultural Community since the 1900's. Kyle plans to become a California Fish and Game Warden.
Riley Goff is a 2017 Graduate of Kelseyville High School. This fall, she will be attending Sonoma State University. She plans to continue her successful volleyball career at Sonoma State where she will also be studying to pursue a career in business administration.
Victor Cacho is a 2017 Graduate of Kelseyville High School. Victor will be attending Sacramento State University in the fall to earn his Bachelor's degree in criminal justice.
Wyatt Jones Graduated from Middletown High School in 2016. He has since completed his first year at Reedley College where he plans to attend for one more year to complete his Associates Degree, then he will transfer to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Wyatt's career goal is to become an Agricultural Engineer. Wyatt also wants to complete his Private Pilot's License to crop dust.
Hailey Finch is a 2017 Graduate of Kelseyville High School. In the fall she will be attending Cal Poly San Luis Obispo to major in Animal Science. She hopes to attend veterinary school after completing her bachelor's degree. Hailey plans to become either a large animal or exotic animal veterinarian.
Nicholas Dudley graduated Clear Lake High School in 2015. After consideration and time he has decided to make a carrer in Agriculture. Nicholas will be attending Cal Poly San Luis Obispo this Fall 2016, here he will be majoring in Agricultural Systems Management as well as becoming an Educator for Agriculture.
Carson Holdenried is a graduate from Kelseyville High School, Class of 2016. He will be attending Chico State University this Fall where he will accomplish his goal to earn a Crop Production & Agricultural Bussiness Degree. Carson's future goal is to manage a large Farming Operation.
Wyatt Jones graduated from Middletown High School this past Spring 2016. Wyatt plans to attend Reedley Community College for two years and receive his Transfer AA. Afterwards Wyatt willtransfer to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo State University. There he will further his educational goal to becoming an Agricultural Engineer.
2015 Scholarship Recipients
Lindee Jones graduated from Middletown High School in 2012 and is currently attending Chico State University where she is studying to become an agricultural pest control advisor. Jones has interned with Lake County Farm Bureau and also with a local agribusiness company.
Glenn Mostin is a graduate of Kelseyville High School who has gone on to study agriculture science at Butte College.
In the spring of 2016 he plans to transfer to Chico State University where he will finish his bachelor of science degree and then apply to become a California Certified Pest Control Advisor and Certified Crop Advisor. He also plans to seek a Qualified Applicator License.
Blair Brookes is a 2014 graduate of Kelseyville High School. She is attending Cal Poly and has already achieved sophomore standing with heavy course loads each semester. Brookes is pursuing a degree in agribusiness, after which she plans to attend law school and focus on agriculture policy.
Mary McCallister graduated from Kelseyville High School in 2015 and plans to attend Santa Rosa Junior College to explore career avenues in agriculture. Once she has narrowed her focus, she hopes to transfer to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo to work for a degree in her chosen agricultural field.