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The Van Wert County Farm Bureau will award scholarships of $500 for the college year 2021. The scholarship award recipients will be recognized at the Van Wert County 2021 Farm Bureau Annual Meeting and will receive a scholarship check after grades are submitted from their fall quarter/semester in school.
The applicant or parent of the applicant must be a member of the Van Wert County Farm Bureau and meet the mandatory criteria found on scholarship website.
For scholarship requirements and application go to:
There are also many other scholarships through Ohio Farm Bureau at:
If you need additional information, or have any questions/concerns, please contact the county Farm Bureau office at 877-775-7642 or [email protected]
The scholarship application must be completed online, delivered, or postmarked
no later than Friday, April 9, 2021 to:
Van Wert Co. Farm Bureau
110 Industrial Drive Suite C
Wapakoneta, Ohio 45895
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