The Gloucester-Mathews Farm Bureau Board of Directors recently awarded scholarships totaling $9,000 to nine local students.
Presentations were made before the membership at the Annual Producer Dinner Meeting held Aug. 15 at Petsworth Baptist Church. The recipients were:
—Sam Cook, a sophomore at the University of Lynchburg who is studying economics;—Joshua Hook, a sophomore at the University of Virginia who is studying economics;—Joice Small, a sophomore at the University of Virginia;—Daniel Hook, a senior at Virginia Tech who is studying mechanical engineering;—Alex Mills, a senior at the University of Mary Washington who is studying psychology;—Jessie Mills, a senior at the University of Mary Washington who is studying biomedical science;—Joshua Mayer, a freshman at the College of William and Mary who is studying mathematics;—Victoria King, a freshman at the North Carolina School for the Arts who is studying music composition; and—Chelsea Armistead, who is studying to become a...
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