Daviess County Farm Bureau is Proud to Announce the Winners of This Year's College Scholarships

 

 

Six Daviess County Farm Bureau students received college scholarships for the 2020-2021 school term.  Pictured above are this year's winners (clockwise): Lilly Quinn (Daviess County Farm Bureau Insurance Agents Scholarship, $2,000) , Holly Payne (Tom Curtsinger Scholarship, $2,000), Kaylee Vitato (Kentucky Farm Bureau Education Foundation Scholarship, $2,000) , Avery Barnett (Daniel L. Turley Scholarship, $2,000), Jay Powers (Daviess County Farm Bureau Young Farmer Scholarship, $1,000), and  Madison Baker (Daviess County Farm Bureau Scholarship, $2,000).   

 

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