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The Hardin County Farm Bureau is offering two separate scholarships for 2022. The Walter Oates Memorial Scholarship is for high school graduating seniors entering an agricultural field of study. The Jane Ralston Memorial Scholarship is for high school graduating seniors entering an field of study. A full list of requirements for both can be viewed here.
Applications must be returned by April 1, 2022 to
Hardin County Farm Bureau
100 Hopewell Ave
Tiffin, OH 44883
Or you can email to [email protected]
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