Muhlenberg County Farm Bureau 2015 Scholarship Recipients - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Muhlenberg County Farm Bureau 2015 Scholarship Recipients

 

Mr. Joe Reed is the recipient of the 2014-2015 Bruce Hendrix/Muhlenberg County Farm Bureau scholarship. Mr. Reed is a 2015 graduate of Muhlenberg County High School and he is the son of Mr. Steve & Dr. Debbie Reed of Greenville. He served as president of the local and regional FFA chapters. He was also an officer and a member of the 4-H Shooting Sports and 4-H Livestock Club. Joe participated in many judging team activities through his FFA career. He was also the Muhlenberg County Farm Bureau Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth in 2013 and 2014. He is a member of the Cave Springs Missionary Baptist Church. He will be attending Murray State University this fall majoring in engineering and physics. He received a $1000.00 scholarship.

 

Joe Reed, recipient of the 2015 Muhlenberg County Farm Bureau scholarship

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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