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Wayne County Farm Bureau is pleased to announce its 2022 scholarship recipients: 

Halle Miller

Halle Miller – Halle is the daughter of Michael and Robin Miller and is a 2021 graduate of Norwayne High School. She is currently studying sales Mmanagement and marketing at the University of Akron with an anticipated graduation date of May 2024. Regarding her career path and major, Halle said:“I am confident in my choice to double major in marketing and sales management at the University of Akron. I am excited and enthusiastic about the journey to market and sell ag products in my community. My classes and extracurricular activities such as FFA and Farm Bureau have been helpful in determining this. I have been active in leading community service projects in my community. This love of directing projects confirmed this career path is a good fit for my talents and personality. I am confident this field will provide me with many challenges and constant learning.”

Best of luck Halle!



Kaitlyn Praisler– Kaitlyn is the daughter of Kathy J. Praisler-Wood and Jeffrey Praisler and is a 2020 graduate of Northwestern High School. She currently attends Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky where she is studying veterinary technology. Kaityln has an anticipated graduation date of May 2024. After graduation Kaitlyn plans to become a full-time veterinary technician working with both large and small animals.

“Since animals are an important resource to Ohio farmers, I look forward to contributing to agriculture as a veterinary technologist. I understand the value that animals bring to a farm. Whether the animals are used for labor, food production, or competition, each animal on a farm contributes to the success of the operation.”

Good luck, Kaitlyn!


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