Daviess County Farm Bureau now accepting college scholarship applications for 2020-2021 school year

DCFB will award five college scholarships for the 2020-2021 school year

Applications are now being accepted online for the 2020 Daviess County Farm Bureau and Kentucky Farm Bureau Scholarship Programs.  *Please note, the scholarships now being offered by the Daviess County Farm Bureau are available to not only students pursing a four-year degree, but those pursuing a career and technical education as well!

 

  • Daviess County Farm Bureau Scholarship - awarded to the child of a Daviess County Farm Bureau member. 
  • Tom Curtsinger Scholarship - awarded to the child of a Daviess County Farm Bureau member who is pursuing a degree in agriculture or a related field or to a child of a Daviess County Farm Bureau farm family.
  • Daviess County Young Farmer Scholarship – awarded to the child of a Daviess County Farm Bureau member who is pursuing a degree in agriculture or a related field or to a child of a Daviess County Farm Bureau farm family.
  • Daniel L. Turley Scholarship - awarded to the child of a Daviess County Farm Bureau member. 
  • Daviess County Farm Bureau Insurance Agents Scholarship - awarded to the child of a Daviess County Farm Bureau member. 

 

To apply, go to https://www.kyfb.com/federation/youth-development/scholarships/ and click on the application button at the bottom of the page. 

 

**All applications must be submitted online by MARCH 6, 2020, to be considered.**

 

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