Stacy resident receives MNLA Foundation Scholarship

Bonnie Rose, of Stacy, a student in the horticultural studies program at Century College, recently received a scholarship sponsored by the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association (MNLA) Foundation.

The MNLA scholarship program recognizes superior students enrolled in horticultural or landscape studies programs at several area colleges and universities.  The scholarships are designed by MNLA and its member companies to help grow future leaders in the nursery and landscape industry.

MNLA member firm Robin D. Linder Memorial Scholarship, based in Roseville, sponsored the scholarship for Haslach.

To be eligible for an MNLA scholarship, applicants must possess a “C” grade average or better, present letters of recommendation from instructors and employers, and submit an essay stating their career goals and objectives.

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