East Central punctuates Glen Stewart's successful career with prestigious Pioneer Award


Glen Stewart, Lomira, was awarded the 2015 Pioneer Award at the East Central/Select Sires annual meeting in August. The Pioneer Award is the most prestigious award given by the cooperative. He's been an employee of East Central/Select Sires for 33 years.


East Central awards five, $1,000 scholarships


Elizabeth Endres, left, Waunakee, is the daughter of Steve and Kathy Endres. 

Emily Hefty, not pictured, Mount Horeb, is the daughter of Scott and Janice Hefty.

Taylor Klein, center, Waldo, is the daughter of Troy and Kasey Klein.

Riley Miller, right, Orfordville, is the daughter of Josh and Nicole Miller-Speich.

Emily Rebhan, not pictured, Richland Center, is the daughter of John and Paula Rebhan.


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