Monday, 15 July 2013 06:26

Barren County Farm Bureau Federation has  announced the recipients of their

scholarships for 2013. These $500 scholarships are offered each year,  a

male and female student graduating from High School and entering College in

the fall, also a scholarship is given to male and female student already

attending college. These students are required to go into some form

of  Agriculture.


The recipient of the  High School scholarship is Trevor Baise son of

Phillip and Becky Baise of Glasgow, he is a 2013 graduate of Barren County

High School and plans on attending Western Kentucky University to study

general agriculture. Trevor said his chosen career was agriculture.

There was no female applicant this year.


The female recipient of the college scholarship was Megan Fields of Barren

County, she is a Junior at Western Kentucky University where here chosen

field is animal science. Megan is the daughter of Daryl and Jennifer Fields

of Glasgow.

Corey Wooten received the second college scholarship, he is a senior at the

University of Louisville where he is studying engineering, he hope to use

his degree in the Agriculture Field. Corey is a graduate of Glasgow High



Barren County Farm Bureau congratulates these three young people and wish

them success in their chosen fields. For information on the 2014

scholarships you may contact the Barren County Farm Bureau Office( and

speak with Becky Tracy) at 678-3500, or pick up a form at their office on

Reynolds Road.


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