Five Floyd County Students Awarded Farm Bureau Scholarships

 

Each year Floyd County Farm Bureau offers scholarship opportunities to high school seniors in the local area.  This year we are proud to award five (5) scholarships. 

Those students awarded scholarships were:

  • MaKayla Slone of Prestonsburg High School.  She is the daughter of Jason and Stephanie Slone of David, Kentucky. 
  • Madison Jervis of Prestonsburg High School.  She is the daughter of Ronnie and Michelle Staniford of East Point, Kentucky. 
  • Cole DeRossett of Floyd Central High School.  He is the son of Doug and Karen DeRossett of Prestonsburg, Kentucky.  
  • Nathaniel J. L. Mims of Betsy Layne High School.  He is the son of Tony and Sandy Mims of Harold, Kentucky.
  • Lara Cali Campbell of Betsy Layne High School.  She is the daughter of Bill and Meredith Campbell of Stanville, Kentucky. 

We would like to congratulate these students and wish them success in their college years.

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