Legacy Kids was the brainchild of Trenna Grabowski. Her idea was for the AAW Foundation to launch a program to provide a vehicle for AAW members to share their enthusiasm and support of agriculture and AAW with young people while encouraging the ultimate entry of second and third-generation individuals into American Agri-Women.
How to Become a Legacy Kid
Legacy Kids Memberships are available for American Agri-Women members to purchase as gifts for children/young people from birth through the age of eighteen.
- Certificate and Welcome Letter from the AAW President and AAW Foundation President.
- Christmas cards each year, showcasing images from the Foundation’s “Beauty of Agriculture” collection.
- Student membership fee paid by the Foundation for their first year of membership after turning 18.
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American Agri-Women Trenna Grabowski Legacy Kids Fly-In Scholarship
The Trenna Grabowski Legacy Kids Fly-In Scholarship is awarded to two Legacy Kids Members of AAW, between the ages of 8-18 years at the AAW Washington D.C. Fly-In. Each scholarship is $200, which is encouraged to be used towards the expenses to attend the AAW Washington D.C. Fly-In. Attendance to Fly-In is required to receive the scholarship.
Legacy Kids memberships are available for AAW members to purchase as gifts to children/young people from birth through age eighteen.
It was Trenna’s idea through the AAW Foundation to launch a program to provide a vehicle for AAW members to share their enthusiasm and support agriculture and AAW with young people, while encouraging the ultimate entry of second and third generation individuals into AAW. Application Deadline is May 1st.
Submit completed application by May 1st of the current year to:
email@example.com or by mail to Chris Wilson, 2103 Zeandale Rd, Manhattan, KS 66502