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Sellers, Hartmann wed June 22

Doug and Cathy Hartmann of Maple Park are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Holly, to Logan Sellers, son of Don and Gay Sellers of Earlville, Ill.. The couple wed on June 22 in Sycamore.

The bride’s maid of honor was her cousin, Megan Rowland. The groom’s best man was his brother, Derek Sellers. Holly and Logan’s bridal party included bridesmaids Ashley Hartmann, Lauren Collins, Katie Scott, Kady Shane. Groomsmen included Chase Sellers, Brad Iversen, Austin Mitchell, and Dan Hartmann. The ushers were John Collins and Alec Williams.

The bride attended Kaneland High School and graduated from University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2012. She is currently employed as a crop insurance agent.

The groom attended Indian Creek High School and is employed as a wind turbine technician in Shabbona, Ill.

The couple resides in Waterman, Ill.

Local student selected to serve as agricultural economics ambassador

Photo: Ambassadors Alissa Doerr, Creighton, Neb., Ty Schurr, Farnam, Neb., Samantha Krusemark, Pender, Neb., Lance Atwater, Ayr, Neb., and Holly Hartmann, Maple Park, stand proud showing off their school spirit. Courtesy Photo

LINCOLN, Neb.—Holly Hartmann of Maple Park is one of five students who currently serve as ambassadors for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Agricultural Economics. Holly was selected by a panel of department faculty and staff to serve a one-year term. As an ambassador, she represents the department and university at on- and off-campus events and activities for current and prospective students. Ambassadors commit five hours of time in ambassador activities per week and receive a $1,500 ambassador scholarship.

Holly is a junior majoring in Agricultural Economics and is the daughter of Doug and Cathy Hartmann.

Hartmann earns scholarship

Holly Hartmann of Maple Park is the recipient of a $1,000 freshman scholarship presented by Nebraska Farm Bureau.

Hartmann is studying agricultural business at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Hartmann and others who received Farm Bureau scholarships were honored at a recognition dinner March 30 in Lincoln, NE, hosted by the University of Nebraska Foundation.