Warren County Farm Bureau is proud to announce Amanda Osborne has received a Warren County Farm Bureau Scholarship.
Amanda is the daughter of Rebecca and Ken Osborne Jr. of Lebanon. A 2017 graduate of Springboro High School, Amanda attends Ohio State University and is pursuing a degree in animal sciences/veterinary technology.
During her high school years she played volleyball as well as helped coach a youth volleyball team. She was also a member of the National Honor Society. At Ohio State, Amanda is a part of the Saddle and Sirloin Club, Buckeye Dairy Club and is an “Experience Ohio State for a day” host.
Amanda was very involved in 4-H while in high school and took several leadership roles as a student. She showed many livestock projects and did general projects as well. She served as an artist day camp counselor and a county camp counselor. As an active member of Saddle and Sirloin and Buckeye Dairy Clubs in college, she takes part in various projects throughout the year. Such activities include roadside trash clean up and work with the Ronald McDonald House charities, and fundraising events including work at Farm Science Review, Quarter Horse Congress and Buckeye Classic Sale.
Amanda worked as the secretary’s assistant for the Warren County Ag Society, as an administrative assistant at Zimmer Tractor and currently she works at Ohio State in the Parker Dairy Store.
Congratulations to Amanda Osborne! We are proud to support your educational endeavors. We wish you the best in the future!