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The Kansas CattleWomen and KSU Collegiate CattleWomen would like to invite you to join us in Manhattan, Kansas, for the ANCW Region 7 Meeting. We have put together a wonderful line up of presentations, meals, and tours to please CattleWomen of all ages. Along with the ANCW business, we will discuss animal welfare, beef nutrition, and women in the beef industry with a special gathering for collegiates.  Pack your bag, bring a fellow CattleWoman and head to Kansas March 31- April 2, 2011! 

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CONFERENCE FLYER


 

KANSAS CATTLEWOMEN $1200 Scholarship

The Kansas CattleWomen (KCW) is offering a $1,200 scholarship to a female high school senior or college student who is a Kansas resident planning to study or majoring in agriculture, foods and nutrition or any beef-related field. Members of the Southwest Kansas CattleWomen are offering a $1,000 scholarship to a college junior, senior or graduate student whose permanent residence is in the 19-county area of southwest Kansas. Both scholarship applications are available on www.kansascattlewomen.org.

Students applying for the KCW scholarship must maintain a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average. The application deadline is April 30. Questions should be directed to Wrenn Pacheco at (785) 410-3751 or wrennpacheco@gmail.com.
 

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KCW Scholarship Guidelines

KCW Scholarship Application


 

SOUTHWEST KANSAS $1000 SCHOLARSHIP:       
College students majoring in a division of agriculture, foods and nutrition and/or a beef related area of study are invited to apply for a $500 per semester scholarship for two semesters sponsored by the Southwest Kansas Cattlewomen.

            The Cattlewomen will award their scholarship to a young person who will be a college junior, senior or graduate student working toward a degree from a major four-year university next fall, and whose permanent residence is within the following Southwest Kansas counties: Clark, Finney, Ford, Grant, Gray, Greeley, Hamilton, Haskell, Hodgeman, Kearny, Lane, Meade, Morton, Ness, Seward, Scott, Stanton, Stevens or Wichita.  The student must exhibit past involvement with cattle production and plan to promote the beef industry in the future.

            Persons interested in the scholarship may request to obtain an application form by emailing Joanna Schmeekle at schmeek@ucom.net, calling 620-260-5010 or downloading a form found at www.kansascattlewomen.org.  The completed application form and college transcripts must be received by April 30.  The selection committee will select the recipient and notify them so that the recipient can attend Beef Empire Days in Garden City, Kansas.

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SWKCW Scholarship Application

SWKCW Scholarship Guidelines

 


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Master of Beef Advocacy


 

 

Kansas CattleWomen (KCW) is a group of women whose goal is to promote the beef industry through education.  Consumers of all ages benefit from our efforts.

KCW members have the opportunity to network, promote and make lasting friendships with some of the greatest people in Kansas.  These dedicated women are willing to spend time and money to promote and educate the consumer about BEEF.

You don't have to own cattle to belong, just an interest.  Women from all walks of life are making a difference!

 


 


CattleWomen's Creed

Believing that the livestock industry is of basic
importance to world existence, we, the
Kansas CattleWomen
dedicate ourselves
to support it with our labor and finances;
to promote it through information and publicity;
to encourage its producers with our
understanding and love;
to do all in our power to instill
in the coming generation
the love of the land and of life,
the humility and awe before Nature,
and the hope and faith in the future
that is inherent in cattlemen and cattlewomen.

 

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