Clermont County Farm Bureau held its annual meeting at Grant Career Center in Bethel on Aug. 3. A delicious dinner…Read More
Clermont County Farm Bureau is pleased to award two $1000 scholarships to graduating seniors. The recipients for 2023:
- Lane Bruan, a 2023 graduate of Felicity-Franklin High School, is the son of Michael and Genia Bruan of Felicity. Lane plans to attend Southern State Community College. He will pursue a degree in agricultural business.
- Grant Steele, a 2023 graduate of Goshen High School, is the son of Joe and Kristi Steele of Goshen. Grant plans to attend The Ohio State University. He will pursue a degree in agricultural business.
We wish these wonderful gentlemen the best of luck in their future endeavors and are grateful to have the opportunity to lessen the financial burden of furthering their education.
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Clermont County Farm Bureau is pleased to award scholarships to graduating seniors Lane Bruan and Grant Steele.Read More
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