Richland County Farm Bureau is pleased to announce Brianna Carmack and Kaylie Klotzbach as the 2019 scholarship recipients. The recipients were selected based on their academic and extra-curricular accomplishments.
Brianna Carmack attended Ontario High School and is the daughter of Tim and Susanne Carmack of Mansfield. She is a zoology major at Ohio Wesleyan University. At OWU, she is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta, College Republicans, on the OWU swim team and OWU football cheerleading. After graduation, Brianna hopes to attend veterinary school.
Kaylie Klotzbach is a LaBrae High School graduate and the daughter of Craig and Stacey Klotzbach of Mansfield. She attends Cedarville University for environmental sciences. Upon graduating, Kaylie plans to pursue a master’s degree in soil sciences. She was involved Environthon, a high school competition about natural resources, where she became interested in agriculture. She was also a member of LaBrae Students for Christ, National Honor Society, Letterman’s Club, and student government in high school.
Applicants must be a Richland County Farm Bureau member or a dependent of a member. Applicants must also be a graduating high school senior or currently enrolled in a college or university. Preference was given to students going into the agriculture field.
We wish Brianna and Kaylie the best of luck in their future endeavors.