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Meet 2018 Montgomery County Farm Bureau Scholarship Winner Erin Tomlin
Erin Tomlin of Brookville is being awarded a Montgomery County Farm Bureau Scholarship for $1,500. Erin is the daughter of Randy and Jennifer Tomlin. She is a 2017 graduate of Brookville High School and is currently attending Wright State University studying neuroscience in the hopes of attending medical school for pediatric neurology.
In high school, Erin was in various clubs and organizations. She was an active member of the Brookville FFA Chapter (reporter and president), secretary of the Key Club, a National Honor Society member, on the Brookville Varsity Tennis Team, a part of the Art Club, and much more. During her first year at Wright State, Erin became involved in the Neuroscience Club, Pre-Health Society, Chi Alpha Campus Ministry, and the Student Honors Association.
In addition, the community has played a major role in Erin’s life. She volunteers her time for a variety of clubs, such as church, her FFA chapter, and 4-H club. Erin served as an officer on her 4-H club’s team from 2009 to 2017. Erin grew up raising and exhibiting various show animals, which taught her the value of labor. She was able to demonstrate this hard work through work experiences. Overall, Erin’s dedication and commitment to agriculture is unparalleled. Congratulations, Erin!
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If you have issues with local planning or have legal questions, someone at the Farm Bureau has the answer for you, or they’ll connect you with someone who does.Hansen's Greenhouse
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