Glenn Coursey grew up on a farm in Warren county, Illinois. He worked for the State Highway Department, eventually becoming employed as a railway postal clerk. He also farmed most of his life. A bequest from his estate was received in 2007 to fund this scholarship.
Students who have completed one semester in college in an agriculture field and have an average to above average academic record. They must show a need for financial assistance, demonstrate leadership ability, be enrolled in an accredited two or four year college, university or vocational-technology school and pursue a career in agriculture
- Applicants must be a member of the Order or have a relative who is a member of an Odd Fellow or Rebekah Lodge.
- The Application must be signed by the Secretary of the Odd Fellow or Rebekah Lodge to verify membership.
- Completed Applications are due by May 15th.
- Winners will be notified prior to August 1st.
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