Daviess County Farm Bureau Announces 2022 Scholarship Winners
Daviess County Farm Bureau is proud to announce the winners of this year’s Scholarship Program……
Jansen Tipmore, the son of David & Shelley Tipmore, was awarded the Daviess County Farm Bureau Insurance Agents Scholarship. Jansen plans to attend Centre College, majoring in Philosophy.
Matthew Curtis, the son of Robert & Rachel Curtis, was awarded the Daniel L. Turley Scholarship. Matthew plans to attend the University of Oklahoma, majoring in Finance.
Hope Ramming, the daughter of Waylon Ramming & Stacey Potts, was awarded the Tom Curtsinger Scholarship. Hope plans to attend the University of Kentucky, double majoring in Agricultural Economics and International Studies.
Parker Crews, the son of James & Courtney Crews, was awarded the Daviess County Farm Bureau Young Farmer Scholarship. Parker plans to attend Hanover College, majoring in Biology.
Megan Sutherland, the daughter of William & Rian Sutherland, was awarded the Daviess County Farm Bureau Scholarship. Megan plans to attend the University of Kentucky, majoring in Business.
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