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Scholarship Recipients Chosen

Published May. 28, 2014 | Discuss this article on Facebook

Hamilton County Farm Bureau is proud to award scholarships to three exemplary and highly qualified students. The scholarships were awarded to:

$1,000: Carl Hummeldorf.  Carl is a graduate of William Henry Harrison High School and will be pursuing a Bachelor's at Ohio University. Has been the President of his 4-H club for the last three years. He was vice president for two years prior to that. He has been a 4-H member for the past 10 years. Carl has been a counselor for the past three years at 4-H Camp Graham which has afforded him  a lot of leadership training. His work  experience has been 4 years at Green Acres Canoe Rental and 3 years at Bud Herbert Motors. His responsibilities on the home farm have been taking care of cows, goats and chickens.  He has assisted  in baling hay on the farm and has raised meat chickens and meat turkeys for a 4-H project. Hamilton County Farm Bureau is proud to award Carl with this scholarship.

$1,000:  Allison Dicke.  Allison is a graduate of Madeira High School and plans to attend the University of Toledo. Her field of study will be Pre-Veterinarian / Biology. She will then go on to attend veterinarian school and looks forward to her future in Animal Care. She had been a 4-H member since the 3rd grade. In high school she played varsity soccer and was Division 2 state champion in 2010; District finalist in 2011 and 2012. As a member of the varsity swimming team she was a state championship qualifier for 4 years and nationally was a finalist in the top 24 in 2012 with the YMCA. With 4-H she has learned leadership skills as President (4yrs.), Vice-President (2yrs), Treasurer (1yr) and Secretary (1yr). She has worked coaching younger swimmers and giving private lessons thru several local swim clubs. Allison volunteers at Mile Creek Animal Hospital “shadowing” Dr. Winner and her staff to gain professional experience in working with animals. Hamilton County Farm Bureau is proud to award Allison with this scholarship.

$500:  Adam Joseph Kluesener.  Adam is a graduate of LaSalle High School and plans to attend the University of Cincinnati. His field of study will be Chemical Engineering. He hopes to one day work as a Chemical Engineer at a successful business to create products that will make the lives of people easier.  Adams community participation includes Signum Fidei/Student Life, Key club member, Canned food drive adviser and Parish Festival volunteer. Some of his honors include All-Star for cross country and track for 4 years, National Honors Society Member with a 4.08 GPA and first honors every quarter since freshman year.  Adam has worked as a crew member at McDonalds, Lawn Care taker with Cedar Summit Estates and Youth basketball score boarder.  He also helps his family with property upkeep. Hamilton County Farm Bureau is proud to award Adam with this scholarship.

 

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