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Darke County Farm Bureau is offering a $500 college scholarship to a high school senior or above.
Applications will be accepted from students meeting the following qualifications:
- College student of sophomore status or above.
- Must be enrolled as a full-time student in a college or university program for Fall Quarter/Semester of 2022. *Preference given to applicants majoring in agriculture.*
- Parents or applicant must be a Darke County Farm Bureau member prior to applying.
- Applicant may not have been a previous winner of this scholarship.
Download the full application and mail to:
Darke County Farm Bureau
1554 McKaig Ave. Bldg B
Troy, OH 45373
Or email documents to: [email protected]
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