Two area students, Anna Kate Link of Moberly and William Crain of Monroe City, have been selected as Missouri Pork Association Youth Pork Ambassadors for 2020. Their selections were announced Tuesday at the Missouri Pork Expo in Columbia. Throughout the next year both students will participate in a a variety of events in the pork industry. At the end of the program they will each receive a 1,000 dollar scholarship payable to a technical school, community college, or four year university. Anna Kate Link is a freshman at the University of Missouri in Columbia. She has worked at PEPCO Manufacturing and the Country Meat Shop both in Moberly. She has also worked with White House Genetics of Warrensburg on marketing for their annual Youth Pig Camp. William Crain is a senior at Monroe City High School. He works at Two Mile Pork, Long Branch Pork, Crain Family Farms, and Orscheln Farm and Home. Crain is also active in the Mark Twain 4-H and FFA. Applicants to the Youth Pork Ambassador Scholarship Program must be involved in the pork industry or have a parent or guardian in the industry. For more information on the program visit mopork.com.