More than 230 students awarded Kentucky Farm Bureau scholarships

Posted on Jun 8, 2012
Louisville, KY (June 8, 2012) – Two-hundred and thirty four Kentucky students have been chosen to receive college scholarship grants totaling $302,450 from county and state programs administered through the Kentucky Farm Bureau Education Foundation and by individual county Farm Bureaus.

The scholarships, offered annually, were awarded to recipients who displayed the greatest levels of academic excellence, involvement in extracurricular activities, leadership abilities and financial need. Scholarship sponsors and the recipients are:

Sam Moore Scholarship – $4,000

Awarded to a student attending a Kentucky college/university and pursuing a four-year degree in animal health/veterinary technology or a related field.

Lydia Trimble, Mason County High School

Leadership in Agriculture Scholarships – $3,000 each

Awarded to students of farm families attending a Kentucky college or university.

Renee Laurent, Caldwell County High School; Samuel Janes, Green County High School

Paul D. Everman Fund for Lifetime Learning Scholarship – $3,000

Awarded to a non-traditional student who is interested in pursuing a four-year course of study at a Kentucky college/university.

Michele Wilbers, Northern Kentucky University

Kentucky Farm Bureau Young Farmer Scholarship – $2,000

Awarded to a college upperclassman for the 2011-12 school year. Student must be attending a Kentucky college/university and majoring in agriculture or a related field.

Gabrielle Burgess, University of Kentucky

Kentucky Farm Bureau Young Farmer Scholarship – $1,000

Awarded to a college upperclassman for the 2011-12 school year. Student must be attending a Kentucky college/university and majoring in agriculture or a related field.

Eli Mann, Morehead State University

Louis F. Ison Memorial Scholarship – $1,000

Awarded to a Farm Bureau member who is a full-time student pursuing a graduate degree at the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture.

Carie Tilghman, University of Kentucky

Beautification League of Louisville Scholarship – $1,000

Awarded to a student attending a Kentucky college/university and pursuing a four-year degree in horticulture or landscape architecture.

Joseph Wood, Fleming County High School

Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company Scholarships – $2,000 each

Katie Coldiron, Greenup County High School; Barrett Greenwell, Bethlem High School

Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Agents Association Scholarship – $1,000

Laura Ashley, Cumberland County High School; Emily Powell, Union County High School

Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation Scholarships – $1,000 each

Emily Drury, Anderson County High School; Macy Cox, Bell County High School; Daniel Bruington, Breckenridge County High School; Nannie Croney, Christian County High School; Callie Howard and Ragan Clark, George Rogers Clark High School; Ethan Long, Trinity Christian Academy, Amanda Smith, Carlisle County High School; Emily Scott, Hart County High School; James Crosswhite, LaRue County High School; Hannah Floyd and Corbin Wilson, McLean County High School; Lindsey Coomer, Metcalfe County High School; Amber Tyra, Montgomery County High School; Vaughn Reed, Muhlenburg County High School; Whitley Crume, Bethlehem High School; Taylor Dye, Owsley County High School; Cory Ramsey, Bracken County High School; Steven Thompson, Pulaski County High School; Megan Martin, Rockcastle County High School; Kati Conn, Rowan County High School; Jacob Phelps, Russell County High School; Gwen Martin, Shelby County High School; Brittany Gaddis, Taylor County High School; Shayla Evans, Whitley County High School

Adair County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $ 1,000 each

Haley Burton, and Karli Jessie, Adair County High School

Allen County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $1,000 each

Katelyne Boles, Allen County Scottsville High School

Anderson County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $1,500 each

Emily Drury and Luke Warford, Anderson County High School

Ballard County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $500 each

Chelsey Childress, Collin Cooper, Rachel Sullivan, Nathan Myers, Peyton Cooper, Jordan Rollins, and Sabrina Lovelace, Ballard County High School

Ballard County Gary Enlow Scholarship - $500

Megan Brown, Ballard County High School

Bell County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $1,000 each

Jessica Collett, Pineville High School; Macey Culver, Morgan Culver, Caitlin Sharpe, Rayann Moyers, Middlesboro High School; Bethany Grubbs, Devin Hickman, Brittany Collins, Ashley Mason, Bell County High School

Boone County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $1,000 each

Nichole Zaborowski, Larry A. Ryle High School; Morgan Hagstrom, Walton Verona High School

Boyd County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $1,500 annually each

Olivia Dyer, and Erica Kress, Boyd County High School

Breckinridge County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $1,000 each

Alissa Doan, and Charles ‘Brandon’ Henning, Breckinridge County High School

Bullitt County Farm Bureau Young Farmer Scholarship – $1,000

Rachel Thacker, Bullitt Central High School

Bullitt County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $2,000

Jessica Carver, Carly Coulter, Christopher Laytham, Bullitt East High School; Forrest Miller, North Bullitt High School

Carlisle County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $1,500 each

Micah Ellegood, and Michael Joon, Carlisle County High School

Carroll County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $750 each

Celess Parson, and Nicholas Carroll, Carroll County High School

Campbell County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $1,000 each

Morgan Orth, Marissa Glahn, Campbell County High School; Morgan Dunay, Taylor Hardy Abbie Kramer, Bishop Brossart High School

Christian County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $2,000 each

Amber Daniel, Robin Pittman, Hopkinsville High School; Jasmine Dillard, Christian County High School; Zachary Garnett, Heritage Christian Academy

Clay County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $250/semester, for eight semesters

Joshua Hoskins, Jacob Garrison, and Troy Kemp, Clay County High School

Crittenden County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $1,000 each

Elliot Day, Jenna Lynn, Emily Shewcraft, Madison Travis, Crittenden County High School

Fayette County Farm Bureau Scholarship – $20,000

Miranda Richardson, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School

Fayette County Farm Bureau Vocational/Technical Scholarships - $2,500 each

Ester Vasilyuk, Bryan Station High School, Kristian Little, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School

Grant County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $500 each

Andrew Jones, Williamstown High School; Shelby Evans, Walton Verona High School; Evan Beach and Courtney Jaconette, Grant County High School

Graves County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $500 each

Bridget Wilkerson, Mercedes Smith, Amber Carter, and Emily Waggoner, Graves County High School

Grayson County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $500 each

Kenneth Adams, Mary Alvey, Zachary Berry, Shea Boone, Celina Fields, Mary Newton, Timothy Purcell, Emily Woosley, Grayson County High School

Hardin County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $1,000 each

Aaron Miller, Christopher Mudd, Kayla Russell, Catherine Greenwell, John Hardin High School; Emily Churchman, Phillip Wimp, Whitley Blair, Samuel Cofer, Jordan Heibert, Jared Daugherty, Erin Ashlock, Dylan Griffin, and Emma Dennis, Hardin Central High School; Leigh Anne Franklin, Matthew Morgan, Alexander Thompson, and Lindsey Patterson, Elizabethtown High School; Ariel Ashlock, University of Kentucky; Alexandra Skillman and Kayla Wimp, Elizabethtown Community and Technical College; Caitlin Timberlake, Morehead State University

Harrison County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $1,000 each

Macey Gasser and Katherine Sowder, Harrison County High School

Hickman County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $500 each

Nicole Lynch, Alexander Richards, and Kelsey Grubbs, Hickman County High School

Hopkins County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $2,000 each

Morgan Hestand, Nicole Taylor, Madisonville North Hopkins High School; Ashley Flener, Hopkins County Central High School

Jefferson County Farm Bureau Scholarship – $1,000

Javier Alejandro Tapia-Camejo, Central High Magnet Career Acadamy; Adam Setters, Eastern High School; Elise Swift and Miranda Wilson, Atherton High School; Abby Graham, Butler Traditional High School

Jefferson County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $16,000

Michael Eiden, Butler Traditional High School; Chelsea Holleman, Beth Haven Christian School

Knott County Farm Bureau Scholarship – $1,000

Kameron Vance, Knott County High School

Laurel County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $2,400 each

Tyler Kirby, South Laurel High School; Rachel Wright, North Laurel High School

LaRue County Farm Bureau Scholarship - $500 each

Lucas Pepper and James Crosswhite, LaRue County High School

Livingston County Farm Bureau Scholarship - $1,000 each

Cody Doom, Brandy Johnson, and Ashton Long, Livingston Central High School

Logan County Farm Bureau Scholarship – $500

Aaron Johnson, Logan County High School

Lyon County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $500

Hope Bridges, Lyon County High School

Magoffin County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $1,000 each

Vincent Caldwell, Chelsey Cole, and Anna Fletcher, Magoffin County High School

Marion County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $500 each

Sydney Abell, Taylor Purdom, Zachary Buckler, Anne Thomas, and Mary Newton, Marion County High School

Marshall County Farm Bureau Scholarship - $2,000

Christy Stevenson, Marshall County High School

Martin County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $1,000 each

Kenneth GoForth and Cori Fitch, Sheldon Clark High School

McCracken County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $1,000 each

Allison Kaler, Kelsey Morris, Lone Oak High School

Mercer County Farm Bureau Scholarship – $1,000

Allisa Sowder, Mercer County Senior High School

Mercer County Farm Bureau Young Farmer Scholarship - $750

Matthew Hamilton, University of Kentucky

Monroe County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $1,000 each

Caylan Bybee and Joseph Wilson, Monroe County High School

Muhlenberg County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $1,000 each

Vaughn Reed and Daxton Lear, Muhlenberg County High School

Nelson County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $600 each

Candice Boone, Trevor Burba, Ying Chan, Evan Douglas, Madeline Nehn, Olivia Hart, Victoria Gambrell, Lauren Jones, Lindsey Lawrence, Victoria Mattingly, Whitney Mattingly, Amanda Pate, Melissa Schenck, Eden Wimpsett, David Smith, Jessie Smith, and Addison Wheatley, Nelson County High School; Callie Filiatream, Brent Howard, Jakob Greenwell, Barrett Greenwell, Christopher Conway, and Elizabeth Cecil, Bethlehem High School; Amanda Newsome, Clayton Brooks, Bardstown High School

Oldham County Farm Bureau Scholarship – $2,000

Judith Deibel, South Oldham High School

Oldham County Farm Bureau Boyd Johnson Honorary Scholarship – $3,000

Brennan Dale, Oldham County High School

Oldham County Farm Bureau Current College Student Scholarship – $3,000

Jessica McCall, Murray State University

Pulaski County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $1,200 each

Courtney Inabnitt and Ashley Montgomery, Southwestern High School; Skyler Hunt and Austin Adams, Somerset High School

Pulaski County Farm Bureau Non-Traditional Scholarship - $1,200

Carol Huckelby, Somerset Community College

Robertson County Farm Bureau Scholarship - $400 each

Travis Scott, Robertson County High School

Russell County Farm Bureau Scholarship – $1,000

Jalyn Eastham, Russell County High School

Shelby County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $1,000 each

Callie Anderson, Martha Layne Collins High School; Hannah George and Rachel White, Shelby County High School

Shelby County Farm Bureau Current College Student Scholarship – $1,000

Tyler Bitzer, University of Kentucky

Simpson County Farm Bureau Scholarship - $1,000

Crystal Beachy, Franklin Simpson High School

Spencer County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $1,000 each

Emily Hume and Tyler Greenwell

Trigg County Farm Bureau Scholarship – $500

Hunter McNichols and Hunter Allen, Trigg County High School

Trimble County Farm Bureau Scholarships - $600 each

Katelyne Temple and Sara Long, Trimble County High School

Warren County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $4,000 each

Laura Burchfield, South Warren High School; Benjamin Conner, Warren East High School

Warren County Farm Bureau / R.O. Buchanon Scholarship – $4,000

Austin Cole, Warren Central High School

Washington County Farm Bureau Scholarships

$300 – Sarah Teater, Washington County High School

$500 – Payton Carrico, Amber Fields, Jacob Settles, and Russell Hardin, Washington County High School

Webster County Farm Bureau Scholarship – $1,000

Jacob Scott and Shelby Todd, Webster County High School

Whitley County Farm Bureau Scholarship – $3,000

Jacob Morgan, Whitley County High School

Woodford County Farm Bureau Scholarships – $2,000 each

Hannah Greenwell, University of Kentucky; Autry Graham and Emily Perry, Woodford County High School

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