Jackson County Farm Bureau Awards Scholarship to Local Student

 

Jackson County Farm Bureau is proud to award a $1000 scholarship to Jackson County High School graduate, Nathaniel Rader.  He will be attending Eastern Kentucky University and plans to major in science.  Nathaniel has a great interest in animals and would like to pursue a career in Wildlife Management, Veterinarian Science or possibly Science Education.  He has been very active in high school with the Jackson County Cross Country Team and the Varsity Baseball Team. He has participated in several 5-K charity runs.  He is a member of the Gray Hawk Baptist Church Youth Group.

Nathaniel is the son of Dean and Julianne Rader of McKee. 

 

Nathaniel Rader, a Jackson County High School graduate, is awarded a $1000 scholarship from Jackson County Farm Bureau. Rader plans to attend Eastern Kentucky University. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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