Oldham County Farm Bureau is Now Accepting College Scholarship Applications for the 2018-2019 School Year

 

Oldham County Farm Bureau is accepting college scholarship applications for the 2018-2019 school term. Oldham County Farm Bureau will award three scholarships to local students whose families are a member of the Oldham County Farm Bureau.

 

 

  • The Oldham County Farm Bureau/Boyd Johnson Honorary Scholarship will be awarded to a student who is a resident of Oldham County. Applicants must be a member of the Oldham County Farm Bureau for at least one year prior to applying for this scholarship. If the recipient majors in agriculture, the scholarship increases from $2000 to $3,000.  ***Applications for this scholarship must be postmarked by April 28, 2018 
  • Click here to download an application for this scholarship.

 

  • The Oldham County Farm Bureau scholarship will be awarded to a student who is a resident of Oldham County. Applicants must be a member of the Oldham County Farm Bureau for at least one year prior to applying for this scholarship. If the recipient majors in agriculture, the scholarship increases from $2000 to $3,000.  ***Applications for this scholarship must be postmarked by April 28, 2018
  • Click here to download an application for this scholarship.

 

  • The 2018 Current College Student College Scholarship will be awarded annually to a student who is currently enrolled in a college/university or technical school.  The recipient must be a member of Oldham County Farm Bureau at least one year prior to applying for this scholarship.  The scholarship is $2000.  If the recipient majors in agriculture, the scholarship increases from $2000 to $3,000.  ***Applications for this scholarship must be postmarked by April 
  • Click here to download an application for this scholarship.

 

 

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