Christina Gallick received a $500 Hamilton County Farm Bureau Scholarship. She is the daughter of Margaret and Leo Gallick. They reside in Wyoming, Ohio. Christina attended Wyoming High School, and plans to attend Purdue University in the fall to study Engineering. Christina’s hopes are to eventually help protect the environment.
Christina was actively involved in her school. She helped with the Project Lead, Relay for Life, was on the varsity bowling and golf teams, and played junior varsity golf. In addition, Christina earned the following distinctions: High Honors, Outstanding Latin II Student, Outstanding Biology Student, Scholastic Arts Honorable Mention, AP Scholar Award, Scholastic Art Gold Key, and was a National Honor Society member. In addition, Christina has held various leadership positions for her 4-H club, was the 2015 Hamilton County 4-H Community Fair Queen, was on the Junior Leaders Inventory Review Committee, the Junior Leader’s Pet Show Committee, and was a Junior Leader member. She helped with the Chicken Project, the Dreams & Wishes Presentation, the Harvest Home Parade, and the Dog Project. Christina has also earned numerous awards for showing dogs.
Christina has managed to find time to work while being involved with her commitments. She worked as a caddy for the Losantiville Country Club, a nanny and babysitter, a pet sitter, and as a lawn mower. Her responsibilities at school, in the community, and at work have proven valuable. Congratulations, Christina!
Paul “Andrew” Roell is receiving the Ed Motz Scholarship, on behalf of the Hamilton County Farm Bureau, for the amount of $1,000 to further his education. Andrew is the son of Karl and Debbie Roell, and they reside in Hamilton, Ohio. He graduated from Badin High School. He plans to study Agriculture and Animal Sciences in college.
Paul was an active student in high school. He was on the football, wrestling, and baseball teams. He also attended Badin Baseball Camp for Varsity baseball. Andrew was honored as the October 2016 Student of the Month, was on the Merit Roll for his grades, and was accepted to numerous colleges. His community activities include him being a Cub & Boy Scout, a Senior Patrol Leader, a Quartermaster, an Assistant Patrol Leader, a 4-H member, and was a Junior Leader.
Additionally, Andrew has worked for his neighbors, completing various tasks, in addition to working for the Koch Christmas Tree Farm. Working on his family farm has instilled in Andrew a passion for agriculture. He has been responsible for caring for his 4-H projects. His background has prompted him to becoming a deserving recipient of this scholarship. Congratulations, Andrew!