HFMF awards college scholarships to Tomball ISD graduates who are interested in pursuing a degree in the field of agriculture at a college of their choice. Following the completion of an application and an interview, a student is considered for a scholarship based on these results, his or her level of community service, and his or her volunteer work with the Foundation. Since the establishment of HFMF, the Foundation is pleased to announce that it has awarded nearly $507,000 in college scholarships to Tomball ISD graduates.
In 2019, scholarships were awarded to the following returning college recipients who are continuing to pursue their degree in the field of agriculture:
Allison Milby, Bailey Wargo, Catherine Bowden, Chase Eddins, Clay Davis, Dalton Quinn, Devin Masters, Elissa Monrad, Emily Jiral, Jacob Boehnke, Jacob Jenkins, Jacob Zuhlke, John Leibham, Kaitlin Gassiott, Kasi Davis, Kinlee Cobel, Lacey Garrett, Luke Cleland, Natalie Brown, Ryan Frank, Shelby Garner, Taylor Karr and Zak Kwiatkowski
Scholarships were also awarded to the following Class of 2019 Tomball ISD graduates who have chosen to attend college and pursue a degree in the field of agriculture:
Chloe Schindewolf, Jordan Benson, Noah Birdsall, Lorelei Lahiere, Makenna Moore, Cole Elder, Katie Costner, Jessika Farthing and Katelyn Grantham
This year, all scholarship amounts ended with $23, as on May 17, 2019, Hudson celebrated his 23rd birthday. Each year, we will announce our scholarship recipients on Hudson’s birthday, and we will end all dollar amounts with his age. We look forward to marking many more of Hudson’s birthdays in this manner.