Henderson County 2017 Scholarship Winners - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Henderson County 2017 Scholarship Winners

STUDENT

SCHOLARSHIP

HIGH SCHOOL

COLLEGE

MAJOR

Jessica Stoner

$1,000

Henderson County

Murray State University

Agronomy

Julie Hancock

$500

Henderson County

University of Kentucky

Agriculture & Medical Biotechnology

Cara Daniels

$500

Henderson County

Murray State University

Biology

James Robert Dawson

$500

Henderson County

Murray State University

Agriculture Business

Riley Mabe

$500

Henderson County

Murray State University

Agronomy

Jesslyn Watson

$500

Henderson County

Henderson Community College

Animal Science

Jace Pinkston

$500

Henderson County

Spalding University

Pre-Occup Therapy

Kristin Logsdon

$500

Henderson County

Brescia University

Accounting

Rebecca Robards

$500

Henderson County

Murray State University

Vocal Music Education

Lucas Osborne

$500

Henderson  County

Henderson Community College

Neuroscience & Biochemistry

KFB Spotlight

Moving Forward After the Storms
June 27, 2022
Moving Forward After the Storms

The small community of Bremen, in Muhlenberg County, may never be the same after the loss of homes, farms, and the many lives due to the devastating tornado outbreak last December. But the spirits of those living there could not be broken and life is returning to a new normal more than six months later.

Counting Blessings After the Storm
June 27, 2022
Counting Blessings After the Storm

The National Weather Service’s archived information list several instances over the last century when tornadic activity was present in Hart County, Kentucky. And while many were devastating, perhaps none were as destructive as the storm that passed through last December.

Comment Column with John Sparrow | More Than an Insurance Company
June 27, 2022
Comment Column with John Sparrow | More Than an Insurance Company

It’s hard to believe that Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company (KFBMIC) will turn 80 years old next year. From our humble beginnings in 1943 as a member service to the KFB Federation, to having a presence in all 120 Kentucky counties today, the insurance side of this organization is uniquely positioned to assist members across the Commonwealth when they need us the most.