The Franklin County Farm Bureau awarded $15,000 in scholarships for the 2018-2019 academic school year. The scholarship committee selected 15 individuals to receive the competitive award.

The recipients are:

Joseph Steven Smith, of Columbus

Parents: Steve and Ann Smith

Education: The Ohio State University, Major: Ecological Engineering and Mandarin Chinese  

 

Cassie Fellure, of Grove City

Parent: Gary Fellure

Education: Ohio University, Major: Early Childhood Education

 

Carlie Snodgrass, of Columbus

Parents: Mike and Lori Snodgrass

Education: The Ohio State University, Major: Animal Science

 

Jacob Mishne, of Galloway

Parent: Dennis Mishne

Education: Grace College, Major: Health Science- Pre Vet

 

Olivia Ann Grace, of Dublin

Parent: Gregg Gascon

Education: University of Kentucky, Major: Business Administration

 

Chris Hickman, of London

Parent: Tina Hickman

Education: The Ohio State University, Major: Welding Engineer

 

Nila Richards, of Gahanna

Parent: Jerome Richards

Education: The Ohio State University, Major: Food Engineering

 

Jason Hollick, of Dublin

Parent: Sharon Amacher

Education: The Ohio State University, Major: Sustainable Plant Systems, Agroecology specialization

 

Erin K. Wisard, of Columbus

Parents: Thomas and Carla Wisard

Education: Syracuse University or Ohio University, Major: Chemistry/Forensic Science

 

Lane Brobst, of Groveport

Parent: Susan and David Brobst

Education: Wilmington College, Major: Agriculture (Animal Science)

 

Olivia Boysel, of Hilliard

Parent: Veronica Boysel

Education: University of Toledo, Major: Mechanical Engineering

 

Olivia Britt, of Columbus

Parents: Thomas and Carol Britt

Education: The Ohio State University, Major: STEM Education/ Minor in Photography

 

Tess Conrad, of Canal Winchester

Parent: Jeff Conrad

Education: Ohio Dominican University, Major: Social Work

 

Avonna Boysel, of Hilliard

Parent: Veronica Boysel

Education: University of Toledo, Major: Business and Marketing

 

 

Chloe Webb, of Grove City

Parents: Julie and Everett Webb

Education: University of Findlay, Major: Animal Science- Pre-Vet

 

As a member of Farm Bureau, I am glad that this organization takes action when necessary to protect and advance agriculture.
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