Jaden Snyder

Jaden Snyder has been named the recipient of the 2023 Jamie Florea Memorial Scholarship sponsored by the Clinton County Farm Bureau. Snyder will be presented the $500 scholarship at Clinton County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting on Aug. 22. 

Snyder is the son of Brady and Donna Snyder and is a Wilmington High School graduate. He plans to attend Ohio University to pursue a degree in engineering. He hopes to work in the agricultural field after graduation. Snyder was actively involved in marching band, theater, choir, and was the former vice president of the Wilmington High School FFA chapter. He is currently spending his summer working with his market pigs and goats to compete at the state, county and national levels. 

“As someone who has grown up on a farm, agriculture is more than just a livelihood or occupation—it is a way of life. It encompasses the entire existence of life and shapes our daily routine,” he said.

Clinton County Farm Bureau is proud to support the youth of Clinton County and their advancement in education. Congratulations Jaden!

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