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Glasgow wins ‘Tagged for Greatness’ Scholarship

Published 9:24am Wednesday, April 17, 2013
ACA President Donna Jo Curtis, left, presents Alice-Anne Glasgow the “Tagged for Greatness” Scholarship.
ACA President Donna Jo Curtis, left, presents Alice-Anne Glasgow the “Tagged for Greatness” Scholarship.

Alice Anne Glasgow of Hartselle was presented with a “Tagged for Greatness” Scholarship at the 70th Annual Alabama Cattlemen’s Association Convention and Trade Show in Birmingham.

Glasgow is the daughter of Art and Anne Glasgow of Hartselle. She will graduate from Hartselle High School this year with a 4.24 GPA and an ACT score of 23.

Some of her activities include serving as a Hartselle High School Ambassador, president of the Student Government Association and treasurer of the Interact Club. Glasgow is also a member of the show choir and varsity girls’ basketball. She will attend Auburn University and pursue a major in animal science.

Each year, the Alabama Cattlemen’s Foundation awards “Tagged for Greatness” scholarships to deserving youth from Alabama’s livestock industry. These scholarships are funded through the sale of the “Cowboy Tag” which is available at your county’s tag office and is approved for vehicles up to 10,000 pounds.

The beef industry is the second largest segment of Alabama’s farm economy represents a $2 billion industry with annual sales of cattle and calves exceeding $450 million. The Alabama Cattlemen’s Association, founded in 1944, is one of the nation’s largest state cattlemen’s associations with an annual membership of 12,000. For more information, visit the ACA website at www.bamabeef.org.

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