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Community Focus - High School and Young Farmer Scholarship Recipients


  • May 07, 2014

HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

We would like to congratulate the following high school seniors who will receive the six (6) Bullitt County Farm Bureau Scholarships this year. They are:

Katelyn Elise Alcorn will graduate from Bullitt East High School and plans to attend University of Louisville to major in Nursing. She wants to become a nurse or nurse practitioner. Her parents are Michael and Sheila Alcorn of Mt. Washington.

Tyler Michael Barker plans to attend Murray State University to major in Veterinary Medicine. His career plans are to be a Veterinarian. Tyler attends North Bullitt High School. His parents are Michael and Rachelle Barker of Louisville.

After graduating from Bullitt Central High School, Megan Faye Parsley plans to attend Spalding University to major in Nursing. She plans on being a Nurse Practitioner. Her parents are Anthony Parsley and Wendy Huff.

Noah Andrew Shartzer, the son of Andrew and Stacy Shartzer, plans to attend Eastern Kentucky University after graduating from Bullitt East High School. His choice of a major is Risk Management/Insurance with a minor in Spanish.

Alexandria Rose Skidmore wants to major in Agriculture Education and become an Agriculture Teacher. After graduating from Bullitt Central High School, she will attend Murray State University to accomplish this. Her parents are John and Lana Skidmore of Shepherdsville.

After graduating from Bullitt Central High School, Megan Rae Terry will go to Murray State University to major in Agriculture with a minor in Science. Her career goal is to go into Agriculture Education. Megan’s parents are Dennis and Penny Terry of Shepherdsville.

Congratulations and best wishes in your college career.

 

 

YOUNG FARMER SCHOLARSHIP

The Young Farmers of Bullitt County Farm Bureau worked hard to make scholarship monies for their $1,000 scholarship. They do this through a Golf Scramble and a donation from Darold Akridge. The young person receiving this scholarship is Alexandria Rose Skidmore who plans to go into the agricultural field. She will graduate from Bullitt Central High School where she has been active in FFA and other school clubs at BCHS as well as the Bullitt County Farm Bureau Young Farmers and as a Junior Member of the American Beefalo Association. Alex plans to attend Murray State University to major in Agriculture Education and become an Agriculture Teacher upon graduation from there. She is from Shepherdsville and lives with her parents, John and Lana Skidmore.

Congratulations to Alexandria Skidmore and best wishes in your future career.
 


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