The Hancock County Farm Bureau Scholarship Committee would like to announce the 2018 Scholarship recipients.

Caleb Breece is the son of Brad and Laura Breece of Big Lick Township. Caleb will be attending The Ohio State University- ATI majoring in greenhouse/ nursery management.

Eric Ritter is the son of Bruce and Ronda Ritter of Blanchard Township. Eric will be attending The Ohio State University majoring in agribusiness and applied economics.

Caleb and Eric will each receive a $1,000 scholarship on behalf of the Hancock County Farm Bureau. The Hancock County Farm Bureau awards scholarships each year for any Hancock County Farm Bureau member who is either planning to attend, or is attending a college, university or technical school, as a full-time status student. The amount is determined each year by the board of trustees and the applications are available in spring. A committee is selected to review the applicants and make a recommendation with final approval by the board. Scholarships are one of the many ways that your membership dollars are helping out the community!

 

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