2019 Ashland County Farm Bureau Scholarship Recipients

2019 Ashland County Farm Bureau scholarship recipients are listed below:

Alayna Teiga
Alayna is the daughter of Michael and Sandy Teiga of Loudonville and attends The Ohio State University’s Agricultural Technical Institute. Alayna studies Animal Science – Animal Health and her goal is to, eventually, obtain a doctor of veterinary medicine degree. In her first year at ATI, Alayna has been active in Pre-Vet Club, Collegiate 4-H, and National Honor Society. She also has volunteered at the Wayne County Humane Society. Alayna’s goal is to ultimately become a large animal veterinarian and return to Ashland County. Good luck Alayna! 

Samantha Augustine
Samantha is the daughter of Jad and Carla Augustine of Loudonville and is part-way through completing her degree in agricultural communications. This summer, Samantha will be working at ATI as a communication director and student ambassador. Samantha’s goal after graduating from college is to become an advocate for agriculture and her dream job would be to work for Certified Angus Beef. Good luck Samantha! 

Kate McGovern
Kate is the daughter of Kent and Sheri McGovern of Jeromesville and is going into her senior year at the University of Findlay. Kate is studying Animal Science and currently works for a professor at the OARDC in the poultry lab. After graduation, Kate hopes to continue using her degree in research and development – striving to care for animals and provide food for the population of the future. While in college, Kate has been active in Collegiate FFA, Block & Bridle Club, as well as participating in a four-day Academic Quadrathlon competition in Omaha in March 2019. Best wishes for your last year of college Kate! 

Molly Moffett
Molly is a 2019 graduate of Hillsdale High School and the daughter of Steve and Becky Moffett. Molly will be attending Wilmington College in the fall and majoring in agricultural communication and minoring in animal science. Throughout her time at Hillsdale, Molly has participated in softball, soccer, Student Council, FCA, and FFA. Molly was awarded the 2019 Outstanding FFA member this spring and currently works part-time at the Lahmers Dairy Farm and Mills Dairy Farm. Molly hopes to eventually have an ag-based career along with a farm of her own. Good luck starting this next chapter Molly! 

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