b'WPMA Scholarship Foundation 2022Scholarship Recipientscontinuedhave been so blessed with the friendships Ive made!Zoe played tennis four years on the school team and made the varsity team as a senior. She took several years of dance and ballroom classes and loved dancing on the ballroom team two years. Musically UT talented, Zoe also played the cello in thethe Hurricane High Seminary Council, a school orchestra for several years.As a senior Zoe joined FFA, where she held the office of Treasurer. Her Agricul-tural Education Teacher wrote: One of the best qualities about Zoe is that she is always positive, and this attitude helped her in learning about all the details of UTAH Recipient being an officer and being part of the FFA council for youth of her church. In her freeZoe Blair program even when it was overwhelming.time, Zoe enjoys reading, snowboarding, I have seen her grow in her leadershiptalking, spending time with her family and abilities and was veryfriends, and anything outdoors! Representing the state of Utah isimpressed with her carrying out assign- This fall, Zoe plans to attend Snow Zoe Blair of La Verkin.Zoe is thements in an organizedCollege in Ephraim, Utah. She third of five children of Eugene and Raynmanner by utilizing awrote: I am interested in the field Blair. She applied for the WPMA Schol- committee to delegateof agriculture science, and I would arship through Offen Petroleum in St.tasks. I know thatlove to possibly teach in this field George, where her father Eugene works asshe is someone I cansomeday. Zoe explained why she Administrator of Pricing and Supply. depend on to get thingswanted to go on to college: I look Zoe graduated from Hurricane Highdone. She has a veryforward to learning from others and School in Hurricane, Utah in May with agregarious nature andbuilding relationships with people 3.7 GPA, taking a schedule of college prep[is] always willing towho are also interested in the same and honors classes, and earning a place onhelp. Zoe competedfields of study. I realize getting at the regional levela higher education will help me in FFA competitions,gain many life skills such as hard and she was recentlywork, dedication, self-reliance, and awarded the 2022sacrifice. These skills will be helpful Sterling Scholar Awardin many aspects of life such as raising and in Agriculture Science, and was namedsupporting a family and working with new Animal Science student of the year forand different people.Hurricane High School. Zoe has Outside of school, Zoes first job wasplanned and doing chores in her great-grandparentsprepared home, where she eventually started earningherself well for a little income for her work. She then got athe next step in job as a cashier and stocker at a small mar- her education. ket in Springdale, Utah, where she workedWe can seefor the past two summers.that with her Growing up, Zoe enjoyed supporting herdetermined the honor roll all four years. While at siblings as they participated in sports, andattitude, she Hurricane High Zoe developed strong she gained a love for watching wrestlingwill berelationships with her teachers and her and baseball because of her time spentsuccessful as fellow peers, and she loved getting in- supporting her older brother. An activeshe continues volved with school activities and clubs.member of her church, Zoe participatedon to collegeShe wrote: In my senior year I put myselfin her congregations youth program, andin Ephraimout there more than I ever have before andserved as one of the vice presidents ofthis fall.S14 www.wpma.com / Summer 2022'