Tarah Jones receives a $1,000 college scholarship - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Tarah Jones receives a $1,000 college scholarship

 

Each year, the Jackson County Farm Bureau Board of Directors awards scholarships to local seniors who plan to attend college. We are very proud of our students and are pleased to support them in this way. 

This year, a $1,000 scholarship was awarded to Tarah Jones. Tarah is the daughter of Michelle and Anthony Jones of Annville, KY. She plans to to attend Somerset Community College. Jackson County Farm Bureau wishes her much success in the future.

 

Tarah Jones is the recipient of the 2019 Jackson County Farm Bureau Scholarship.

 

 

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