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Preble County Farm Bureau proudly presents our 2020 Scholarship Award winners!
Abigail Rodefer of Eldorado is receiving the $1,000 scholarship. Abigail is the daughter of Andy and Melissa Rodefer. She is a 2020 graduate of National Trail High School and will be attending Wilmington College to obtain a degree in animal science with a minor in agriculture business.
Megan Roell of Camden is the recipient of a $1,000 scholarship. Megan is the daughter of Bill and Anitra Roell. She is a 2020 graduate of Preble Shawnee High School and will be attending Wilmington College this fall to obtain a degree in agriculture business with a minor in agriculture communications.
Rebecca Wright of Eaton is the recipient of a $1,000 scholarship. Rebecca is the daughter of Bryan and Beth Wright. She is a 2020 Eaton High School graduate and will be attending The Ohio State University to obtain a degree in agriscience education.
Chyann Kendel of Eaton is the recipient of the $750 scholarship. Chyann is the daughter of Chuck and Tere Kendel. Chyann is a first- generation college student currently enrolled at Wilmington College as she is working to obtain her degree in agriculture education with a concentration in animal science.
Nathan Henning of Camden is the recipient of the $250 scholarship. Nate is the son of Mike and Becky Henning. He is currently enrolled at Miami University, working to obtain a degree in mechanical engineering with a minor in computer science.
Congratulations to all of this year’s recipients!
Interested in applying for the 2021 Preble County Farm Bureau Scholarship? Applications begin on February 2021!
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