The Crappie Anglers of Texas recently awarded a total of $3,500 in cash scholarships to the following students.
Crappie Anglers of Texas is a non-profit organization dedicated to the sport of crappie fishing. With over 280 members nationwide, CAT has been instrumental in gaining national attention for crappie fishing in Texas and continues to develop its member’s knowledge of crappie fishing through educational meetings, seminars and fishing tournaments.
Eric Dukes of Wylie, received a $1,000 scholarship. His essay was chosen by the CAT Scholarship Program Committee as the winner of the six essays written. He will be attending Tarelton State University in the fall and will be majoring in Wildlife Management and Conservation.
Jacob Wolf of Oglesby, received a $500 scholarship and plans on attending McLennan Community College in the fall. His major is Inland Fisheries — Ichtheology.
Alexander Schwieterman of Kettering, OH also received a $500 scholarship. He has been attending Kettering College since fall 2011 pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing.
Garrett Dupree of Rowlett, received a $500 scholarship. He has been attending DCCCD – Eastfield College since the summer of 2012. He is majoring in Pre-Nursing/Math.
Poppi Davis of Amarillo, also received a $500 scholarship. She will be attending Texas Tech University in the fall and will be majoring in Pre-Nursing.
Allison Massey of Wylie, received a $500 scholarship. She will be attending Tarelton State University in the fall and will be majoring in Criminal Justice.