2016 Mercer County Farm Bureau Awards Two Scholarships - Kentucky Farm Bureau

2016 Mercer County Farm Bureau Awards Two Scholarships

 

Benjamin Todd Pinkston, son of Lee Todd and Aimee Pinkston, received the Mercer County Farm Bureau $1,000 scholarship  and he plans on majoring in agricultural at the University of Kentucky.  Emily Hamilton, daughter of Tracy and Doris Hamilton, received the Mercer County Farm Bureau Young Farmer $1,000 scholarship and she plans on majoring in agricultural at the University of Kentucky.

 

 

 

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