The Georgia Junior Livestock Foundation is to promote youth livestock exhibitors across the state by recognizing young people for their involvement, leadership and dedication to the livestock industry, and success with their livestock projects. Through fundraising initiatives implemented by the GJLF, the board will be able to financially support programs targeting those young people while gaining a higher recognition of the livestock industry.

The GJLF is offering one $1,500 scholarship in memory of Lee Harris Jr. and five $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors who have been active in the Georgia junior livestock program. Deadline to apply is Jan. 14, 2015. Download info & application.



2014 GJLF Scholarship Recipients
The Georgia Junior Livestock Foundation is pleased to offer one $1,500 scholarship in memory of Lee Harris Jr. and five - $1,000 scholarships in 2013 to high school seniors who have participatted in the Georgia Junior Livestock Show. These scholarships are awarded to to students who have shown beef, dairy, swine, sheep or goats at the state show at
least once during their four years of high school.

Congratulations to Addie Thomason, front right, for winning the $1,500 GJLF Lee Harris Jr. Memorial Scholarship. Little Lee's family made the presentation to Addie and are strong supporters of the GJLF scholarship program.

Congratulations to Victoria Nash, second from left, and Madison Hickey, second from right, for each winning a $1,000 GJLF Scholarship. The presentation was made by GJLF Directors David Burton and Mary Bea Martin.

Congratulations to Claire Woodard, left, and
Macy Seagraves, center, for each winning a $1,000
GJLF scholarship. The scholarship was presented by
GJLF Director Mary Bea Martin
.

Congratulations to Matthew Crumley, center, for
winning a $1,000 GJLF scholarship presented by
directors Mary Bea Martin and James Woodard
.
View the 2013 Scholarship Winners
View the 2012 Scholarship Winners