2016 Henderson County Farm Bureau Scholarship Recipients

 

  1. Scholarship Amount: $1,000

Recipient’s Name: William Luke Wilson

Recipient’s High School: Henderson County High School

Recipient’s Chosen College: University of Kentucky

Recipient’s Chosen Major: “Modern Agronomic Crop Production”

Recipients Chosen Career: Agronomist

Parents' Names: William and Teresa Wilson

Hometown: Henderson, KY

 

  1. Scholarship Amount: $750

Recipient’s Name: James Thomas Payne

Recipient’s High School: Henderson County High School

Recipient’s Chosen College: Murray State University

Recipient’s Chosen Major: “Agriculture Education”

Recipient's Chosen Career: Agriculture teacher with possible advancements in 

                                       in administrative and political positions

Parents' Names: James H. and Penny Payne

Hometown: Henderson, KY

 

 

  1. Scholarship Amount: $500

Recipient’s Name: Michaela Elizabeth Boeglin

Recipient’s High School: Henderson County High School

Recipient’s Chosen College: University of Kentucky

Recipient’s Chosen Major: “Agriculture Education”

Recipient's Chosen Career: Agriculture teacher

Parents' Names: Jamie and Andrew Boeglin

Hometown: Owensboro, KY

 

 

  1. Scholarship Amount:$500

Recipient’s Name: Kelsey Marie Nobles

Recipient’s High School: Henderson County High School

Recipient’s Chosen College: Henderson Community College

Recipient’s Chosen Major: “Agriculture Business”

Recipient's Chosen Career: Agriculture Business

Parents' Names: Kevin and Laura Nobles

Hometown: Robards, KY

 

  1. Scholarship Amount: $500

Recipient’s Name: Logan James Thrasher

Recipient’s High School: Henderson County High School

Recipient’s Chosen College: University of Kentucky

Recipient’s Chosen Major: Business

Recipient's Chosen Career: Business/Marketing

Parents' Names: Jobee and Cathy Thrasher

Hometown: Henderson, KY

 

  1. Scholarship Amount: $500

Recipient’s Name: Kayla Morgan Gabhart

Recipient’s High School: Henderson County High School

Recipient’s Chosen College: Bellarmine University

Recipient’s Chosen Major: English

Recipient's Chosen Career: Author

Parents' Names: Charles and Julie Gabhart

Hometown: Henderson, KY

 

  1. Scholarship Amount: $500

Recipient’s Name: Kelly Elizabeth McIndoo

Recipient’s High School: Henderson County High School

Recipient’s Chosen College: Murray State University

Recipient’s Chosen Major: Agriculture Business

Recipient's Chosen Career: Agriculture

Parents' Names: Robert and Mary McIndoo

Hometown: Henderson, KY

 

  1. Scholarship Amount: $500

Recipient’s Name: Ashley E. Skaggs

Recipient’s High School: Henderson County High School

Recipient’s Chosen College: Murray State University

Recipient’s Chosen Major: Education

Recipient's Chosen Career: Math Teacher

Parents' Names: George and Paula Skaggs

Hometown: Henderson, KY

 

  1. Scholarship Amount: $500

Recipient’s Name: John Riley Dawson

Recipient’s High School: Henderson County High School

Recipient’s Chosen College: Henderson Community College

Recipient’s Chosen Major: Agriculture Business

Recipient's Chosen Career: Agronomy/Ag Sales

Parents' Names: Karl and Lynn Dawson

Hometown: Henderson, KY

KFB Spotlight

KFB President Mark Haney's Statement on Waters of the U.S. Rule
February 21, 2019
KFB President Mark Haney's Statement on Waters of the U.S. Rule

As we move forward in our advocacy efforts related to water resource issues, I want to point out that the revised Waters of the US (WOTUS) rule has been posted on the Federal Register. I can’t tell you how important it is to have our voices heard regarding this matter, and how vital it has been for our farmers and ranchers to get this revised rule.

Kentucky Winter Weather Proving to be a Roller Coaster Ride, So Far
February 14, 2019
Kentucky Winter Weather Proving to be a Roller Coaster Ride, So Far

Mark Twain once said, “If you don’t like the weather in New England, just wait a minute, it’ll change.” Since he first spoke those words, many other regions and states across the country have adopted that saying, including Kentucky, where it seems to be truer during this winter season than ever before.  

Down the Backroads
February 14, 2019
Down the Backroads

For some reason the changing of the seasons has always fascinated me. Watching the colors of the earth change from summer to fall to winter and on to spring, is such an amazing gift the good Lord has given us.