BRYAN, Texas –Ten area students recently received a total of $10,000 in scholarships from Capital Farm Credit. Recipients were: Payton Duvall-Freymuller from Blanco High School, Holly Lynn Crenwelge from Fredericksburg High School, Jordan Maner and Kandace Davenport from Harper High School, Jonathan Baggett and Trevor Cole Brawley from Junction High School, Kevin Wessels from Tivu High School, Stacie Henderson from Llano High School, Kristen Kambrey Hudson from Mason High School and Michelle A. Derry from Medina High School.Capital Farm Credit, Texas’ largest rural lender, has an established tradition of supporting youth. The Fredericksburg, Kerrville and Mason offices annually provides scholarships to high school graudates pursuing a degree in an agricultural or educational field of study from the following counties: Bandera, Blanco, Gillespie, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Llano and Mason. “We are in full support of our students and offer this scholarship to recognize their potential and encourage their growth as the leaders of tomorrow,” stated Jay Stewart, Capital Farm Credit’s chief lending officer. Headquartered in Bryan, Capital Farm Credit(CFC) is a full-service lender with over 70 credit office locations throughout a 192-county territory in Texas. CFC is part of the Farm Credit System, the nation’s oldest and largest source of loans for agriculture, agribusiness, rural real estate and country homes.