Spencer County students awarded Farm Bureau scholarships
Louisville, KY (July 6, 2018) – Three Spencer County students received college scholarships from Spencer County Farm Bureau. In partnership with County Farm Bureaus, the Kentucky Farm Bureau Education Foundation awarded $465,400 this year to deserving students from across the Commonwealth.
Logan Cogdill of Spencer County High School was awarded a $2,000 scholarship and will attend Jefferson Community & Technical College to obtain a degree in medical technology. He is the son of Judy and Michael Cogdill of Taylorsville, KY.
Skyler Volz of Spencer County High School also received a $2,000 scholarship. Volz plans to attend the University of Louisville to obtain a degree in nursing. Volz is the daughter of Mike Volz and Susan Bodner of Fisherville, KY.
Tanner Goodlett received a $2,000 scholarship. Goodlett currently attends the University of Kentucky and is pursuing a degree in agriculture. He is the son of Rodney and Jonell Goodlett of Taylorsville, KY.
Farm Bureau scholarships, offered annually, are awarded to recipients who display the greatest levels of academic excellence, involvement in extracurricular activities, leadership abilities and financial need.
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- November 25, 2020
Caleb and Leanne Ragland of LaRue County have been named Kentucky Farm Bureau’s (KFB) “2020 Outstanding Young Farm Family”. This annual award recognizes a couple or individual under the age of 35 that demonstrates strong farm management skills, KFB and community involvement, and consistent financial growth through their farm.
- Ginny Lyle and Brady Lawson Win Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth Contest
- November 23, 2020
Ginny Lyle of Franklin County and Brady Lawson of Morgan County were awarded top honors in the Kentucky Farm Bureau 2020 Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth contest.
- Farm Bureau Survey | Thanksgiving Dinner Cost Down 4%
- November 19, 2020
Thanksgiving celebrations will look different for many Americans this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Gatherings are likely to be fewer and farther between, with social distancing and perhaps even remote family get-togethers. One tradition that continues this year is the American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual cost survey of classic items found on the Thanksgiving Day dinner table.