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The North Platte Area Chamber of Commerce's Agri-Business committee will be awarding 2 $1,000 scholarships this year.

Eligibility requirements are as follows: 1) Must be a senior going on to a “higher education” program relating to agriculture (veterinarian medicine does apply). 2) Must either live in or go to school in Lincoln, Logan, or McPherson County. Applications are available at the Extension Office and can be dropped off when completed at the Chamber & Development office, 502 South Dewey, 308-532-4966. Scholarship application deadline date is October 18, 2021.

2021 Scholarship Form

Those participating in Production Records need to complete and turn them into the office by September 15th

Nebraska 4-H Animal Project Record

Nebraska 4-H Animal Project Record Fillable PDF

Production Livestock Rubric (office use)


The Nebraska 4-H Diamond Clover program encourages 4-H youth to engage in a variety of programs, projects, and activities that will enable youth to acquire skills and abilities that will prepare them for success in the future. The program is designed to reach and recognize all youth engaged in 4-H.

The program consists of six levels that require a young person to plan and report a broad range of age-appropriate accomplishments. For each level, the Nebraska 4-H Diamond Clover program provides a list of accomplishments from which 4-H youth choose their goals. The accomplishments increase in quantity and difficulty for each level.

The Nebraska 4-H Achievement Application is a standard application form used for the selection of county and state award winners, including Nebraska delegates to National 4-H Congress and National 4-H Conference, as well as Nebraska 4-H Foundation scholarship award recipients. The forms can be found here:

All 4-H members in Lincoln County who are Seniors & will be graduating in 2022 are encouraged to apply!

Items that must be completed are the Lincoln County 4-H Council Scholarship Form & the 4-H Achievement Application ( If you are applying for State Level awards or scholarships I need the full application found at the above link filled out and returned by                   .

Upon completion of a School Enrichment Project lead by staff from the Lincoln-Logan-McPherson County Extension Office, we encourage you to create an exhibit about what your class learned for the 2022 County Fair. Below is a section out of our Fairbook listing the requirement for these exhibits. Feel free to reach out to extension staff with any questions about how to enter for fair: Caitlyn Jacobson

1. Students and/or classes involved in 4-H School Enrichment projects may be eligible to enter exhibits at county fair.

2. Class posters should measure 28”x22” or smaller and individual posters should measure 12”x18” or smaller.

3. For class projects, only ONE entry per program per classroom.

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