2016 Harlan County Farm Bureau Scholarship Winners

 

Harlan County Farm Bureau provided scholarships in the amount of $1,500 each to six graduating seniors. The winners are Elyssa Slusher from Wallins, KY, Whitney McIntyre from Totz, KY, Taylor Howard from Baxter, KY, Meredith Rowe from Harlan, KY, Kaitlynn Creech from Harlan KY, and Alisha Rhymer from Coalgood, KY. 

 

Harlan Independent High School Winner: Elyssa Slusher from Wallins, KY. Home School Winner: Whitney McIntyre from Totz, KY. Harlan County High School Winners: Taylor Howard from Baxter, KY; Meredith Rowe from Harlan, KY; Kaitlynn Creech from Harlan, KY; Alisha Rhymer from Coalgood, KY.

 

 

 

KFB Spotlight

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