The Otoe County 4-H Foundation named their scholarship winners at the recent Otoe County 4-H Foundation Banquet.  Each recipient will receive $1500 after successful completion of their first semester in college.
Austin Jensen, son of Brenda Greenfield and Lon Jensen of Syracuse is starting his 12th year of 4-H.  He is an active member of the 4-H Mustangs 4-H Club.  
Austin enjoys the 4-H horse and 4-H photography projects.  He is a former youth member of the Otoe County 4-H Foundation Board of Directors.  Austin plans a career in building construction.    
Elizabeth Johnson, daughter of Janet and Brad Johnson of Unadilla.  Elizabeth is a 12-year member of the Better Beef Producers 4-H Club.  She enjoys the 4-H beef project and plans on a career in Agricultural Education.
Morgan Leefers, daughter of Jennifer and Michael Leefers of Otoe.  Morgan is starting her 12th year as a member of the North Branch Rancheros 4-H Club.  
Morgan loves the 4-H beef projects and plans to double major in Animal Science and Agribusiness at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Connor Schomerus, son of Brenda and Gayle Schomerus of Syracuse is starting his 12th year of 4-H and is a member of the Wyoming Feeders 4-H Club.  Connor enjoys the 4-H hog project.
He recently received the National “I Dare You” award for his 4-H volunteer work. He plans to attend Northeast Community College in the fall.
The scholarships were presented by Mark Easter, Otoe County 4-H Foundation President.  The scholarship recipients were selected by a committee of Extension personnel from another Nebraska county.