Delaware County Farm Bureau congratulates the recipients of its 2021 scholarships: Kendall Sestili, Rachel Sherman and Cole Wecker.
Kendall Sestili, daughter of Greg and Molly Sestili, graduated from Dublin Jerome High School. Kendall was heavily involved in 4-H both at the county and state level, including serving as president of her club, 4-H camp counselor and member of Ohio 4-H Teen Leadership Council. She has shadowed and volunteered at multiple veterinary clinics, and intends to attend vet school in the future. She currently studies biology at Otterbein University.
Rachel Sherman, daughter of Ken and Rose Sherman, graduated from Big Walnut High School where she was heavily involved in 4-H and FFA. She served as student advisor of Big Walnut DACC-FFA and secretary of her 4-H club. Rachel was also the Licking County Dairy Association’s Dairy Princess and assistant herd manager with Rich Hill Dairy. She currently studies dairy cattle production and management at the Ohio State University ATI.
Cole Wecker, son of Andy and Kendra Wecker, graduated from Big Walnut High School. He was heavily involved in 4-H, serving as president of his club, 4-H camp counselor and Jr. Fair board member. Cole also was the 2019 Delaware County Jr. Fair’s Showman of Showmen and 2020 Delaware County Jr. Fair King. In the fall, Cole will attend the Ohio State University at Newark to study welding engineering.
Congratulations and best of luck, graduates!