In Honor of Alexandra and Brayden Anderson
Allie Dunkin received the 2014 Alexandra Maybri Anderson Missouri 4-H Equine Memorial Scholarship
The Alexandra and Brayden Memorial Scholarship was created by Alexandra and Brayden's parents and brother to honor their memory. Alexandra and Brayden loved their friends, family, school, community and so many other things in this world. It is their parent's goal to honor their memory by giving back to students who attended the school district they loved. Two educational scholarships will be awarded each year in the amount of $750.00 each to any graduating senior of Southern Boone County High School in the top one-third of their class who has participated in clubs and activities while in high school.
The Alexandra Maybri Anderson Missouri 4-H Equine Memorial Scholarship was created by Alexandra's parents and brother to honor her memory and love of horses. The scholarship is intended to encourage and support excellence in equine programs by Missouri 4-H youths. One educational scholarships per year will be awarded in the amount of $500.00, with first preference of the award being presented to a graduating Boone County Missouri Senior High School student who has demonstrated excellence in equine showmanship or other equine programs and who is planning to attend college.
For more information or to apply for one of the Alexandra and Brayden Memorial Scholarship, qualifying students should contact the Guidance Office at Southern Boone County High School.
For more information or to apply for the Alexandra Maybri Anderson Missouri 4-H Equine Memorial Scholarship, contact the Missouri 4-H Foundation at 573-882-2680 or www.4h.missouri.edu/recogniton/scholarships