Richland County names 2019 scholarship recipients

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.