Grant County Farm Bureau Awards More than $5,000 in Scholarships and Prizes - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Grant County Farm Bureau Awards More than $5,000 in Scholarships and Prizes

 

During the June meeting of the Grant County Farm Bureau, five students received a college scholarship for $1,000 each.  Also two monetary awards were presented to the Grant County Soil Conservation winners in the essay and art contests. 

Pictured above from left to right are:  Grant County Farm Bureau President Travis Rhoton, Zoey Chaney, Soil Conservation art winner, Chase Turner & Corey Fryman -Williamstown High School scholarship winners, Trent Smith, Ryan Mitts & Paige Simpson - Grant Co High School scholarship winners, and Kentucky Farm Bureau State Director Mark Kinsey. Not pictured is Elijah Walters, Soil Conservation essay winner.  

 

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