Meet 2018 Montgomery County Farm Bureau Scholarship Winner Audrey Trick
Audrey Trick of Tipp City is the daughter is Jeffrey and Julie Trick. Audrey recently graduated from Tippecanoe High School and plans to attend The Ohio State University to study pre-medical psychology and Spanish in the hopes of becoming a psychiatrist. Throughout her life, Audrey’s constant involvement in agriculture has taught her the true value of hard work.
As a high school student, Audrey managed to balance her life with clubs, sports, academics, jobs and animals. She was able to demonstrate her leadership skills as a member of Student Senate, National Honor Society, Varsity Volleyball, Senior Class Representative, the Octagon Service Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and as a 4-H Camp counselor. She also was involved in a community youth group, her local 4-H club, where she served as secretary, treasurer, and vice president, and she took time out of her schedule to volunteer at the Shelby County Animal Shelter, at a rehabilitation center, and for various Youth Group projects.
Audrey’s involvement in her school, community and work did not hinder her academic abilities. She was very successful academically and has become a very well-rounded person because of the various commitments she has. Congratulations, Audrey!