Livingston County 2015 Scholarship Winners - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Livingston County 2015 Scholarship Winners

 

Livingston county Farm Bureau Scholarship recipients are:

Nicole Amber Fox, daughter of Alan & Kim Fox of Grand Rivers, KY, was granted a $1000 annual award, renewal for up to 4 years.

Magdalyn Elizabeth Moodie, daughter of Frank B Moodie IV & Terri Moodie of Smithland, KY, was granted a $1,000 1 year award.

Jaden Brook Hopkins, daughter of Timothy & Jennifer Hopkins of Ledbetter, KY, was granted a $1,000 1 year award.

 

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