Once again, Clark County Farm Bureau gave away scholarships to deserving individuals that reside in Clark County. There were four scholarship recipients in 2019.
Ethan Spracklen graduated from Southeastern High school this spring. Following graduation, Spracklen will attend Ohio State ATI where he will study sustainable agriculture. He is the son of Robert and Karen Spracklen.
Grace Storck, a scholarship recipient, graduated from Northwestern High School. Upon graduation, she will be attending Wilmington College where she will be studying agribusiness. She is the daughter of Jeff and Susan Storck.
Jason Rutschilling will also be receiving a scholarship. Following graduation from Southeastern High School, he will be attending Ohio State ATI where he will study agronomy. He is the son of Mike and Laura Rutschilling.
Finally for Clark County is Luke Haerr. Haerr graduated from Global Impact STEM Academy. Following graduation, he plans on attending The Ohio State University where he will major in ag systems management. He is the son of Richard and Amy Haerr.
Farm Bureau is proud to award these deserving individuals with scholarships to help with their education.