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Champaign County Farm Bureau is pleased to award five $800 scholarships.
J.D. Stickley is the son of Andy & Jill Stickley of Urbana and will be attending the Ohio State University in the fall majoring in agribusiness. J. D. attends Graham High School where he participates in FFA and wrestling.
Matthew Goddard is the son of Dale & Linda Goddard of Urbana and will be attending the Ohio State University majoring in agriculture systems management. Matthew is attending Graham High School where he is involved in Student Senate, FFA, National Honor Society, basketball and golf.
Mallary Caudill is the daughter of David & Jana Caudill of DeGraff. Mallary will be attending the Lima campus of the Ohio State University majoring in agricultural communications. Mallary attends West Liberty Salem where she is active in FFA and Student Council.
Cody King of Urbana, is the son of Melissa Fortney & Michael King. Cody plans to attend Clark State Community College to major in agricultural business. Cody is currently enrolled at West Liberty Salem where he participates in FCCLA and basketball.
Kayleigh Metz is the daughter of Doug & Amy Metz of Urbana and will be attending OSU Wooster ATI where she will major in ag business. Kayleigh is a student at West Liberty Salem where she participates in FFA, National Honor Society, and band/auxiliary.
We would like to wish all of the recipients good luck in their future endeavors. The sky’s the limit!
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