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The Sandusky County Farm Bureau is pleased to announce its 2019 scholarship recipients.
Alexandra Liskai, a 2019 graduate of Woodmore High School resides in Woodville with her parents Nate and Barb Liskai.
While attending high school, Alexandra participated in Key Club, FFA, band, Student Council, volleyball and served as a class officer. She has volunteered as a 6th grade camp and 4-H camp counselor. An active member of St. Michaels in Gibsonburg, Alexandra has helped with Vacation Bible School and has been an altar server.
In the fall Alexandra will enter OSU-ATI to begin her studies in agriscience education and production agriculture.
Emma Jahns, daughter of Jeff and Ada Jahns, is a 2019 graduate of Fremont Ross High school.
Emma is involved with Girl Scouts, Youth Group, 4-H, FFA, Jr. Fair Board, NHS, track, tennis, Band, Student Council and was a member of the Class Cabinet. She received three years of Gold Medal Awards, three years of academic varsity letters, Rotary Student of the Month and was one of the top 15 in her class. She has volunteered over 100 hours of her time at the Sandusky County Park District. She has also served with the Appalachian Service Project as well as the Village House. Emma is employed at Polter’s Berry Farm and worked at Steinberger’s Christmas Tree Farm last winter.
Emma will be attending West Virginia University where she will study agriculture education.
The Sandusky County Farm Bureau congratulates both of these students on their endeavors and wishes them well as they embark on the next chapter of their education.
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