2015 Ray Reed Scholarship Recipients - Kentucky Farm Bureau

2015 Ray Reed Scholarship Recipients

The Bell County Farm Bureau board of directors recently recognized the recipients of the 2015 Ray Reed / Bell County Farm Bureau Scholarship.

Pictured left to right on the front row: Ewell Hoskins (director), John D Bock (director & president), Brandy Sanders (Pineville High School), Heather Bingham (Pineville High School), Johnathan Wilson (Bell Co High School), Hannah Wilford (Middlesboro High School), Sidney Helton (Bell Co High School), Lauren Gibson (Middlesboro High School), Joe B Steely (director), Frank Mason (director), Luther Taylor (director). Back row: Trevor Lowe (Bell Co High School), Chase Nelson (Pineville High School), Dalton Patterson (Bell Co High School), Micah Robbins (Middlesboro High School), Major Edwards (Middlesboro High School) and Gary Grubbs (director). Not pictured- Kalee Capps (Pineville High School) and Eugene Gambrel (director).

 

Kalee Capps, who graduated from Pineville High School, could not attend the dinner but stopped by our office to pick up her award. Danny Luttrell, Agency Manager is presenting her award.

 

Since 2001 the Bell County Farm Bureau has been awarding scholarships to local graduating seniors. To date the board has awarded a total of 113 scholarships. NOTE: To be eligible the family must be members of the Bell County Farm Bureau.

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