Crook County Farm Bureau Federation Scholarship
June 4, 2020
The Crook County Farm Bureau Federation has selected the winners for three scholarships for the 2020-2021 school year. This year’s winners are Dalton Butler, Hunter Bailey and Lauren Haiar.
In first place, Dalton Butler was selected to receive a $1500 scholarship from the Crook County Farm Bureau Federation for the 2020-2021 school year. Dalton played football, wrestling, track and served as team captain earning All-Conference honors for each.
He also plays trombone in the jazz band at Hulett High School, participates in all aspects of FFA and helps run a sheep livestock business with his brothers. He is an A Honor Roll student for all four years of high school.
Dalton will be attending Casper College to study Aviation and Agricultural Business. Dalton is the son of JR and Bobbi Butler of Hulett.
In second place, Hunter Bailey was selected to receive a $1300 scholarship from the Crook County Farm Bureau Federation for the 2020-2021 school year. Hunter participated in FFA, played football, basketball and ran track, and is an A Honor Roll student.
Hunter will be attending Northwest College to study Agricultural Business. Hunter is the son of Justin and Sharon Bailey of Moorcroft.
In third place, Lauren Haiar was selected to receive an $800 scholarship from the Crook County Farm Bureau Federation for the 2020-2021 school year. Lauren has participated in music, theater, sports and church activities.
She sang in the school and church choir, won All State Student Drama award, National Champion for original poem and has interned for Representative Tyler Lindholm. Lauren will be attending the University of Wyoming to study Speech/ Language/Hearing Science. Lauren is the daughter of Keith and Sherry Haiar of Beulah.
Congratulations to these very deserving recipients!