The Gloucester-Mathews Farm Bureau’s Board of Directors recently awarded eight scholarships to local students totaling $8,500.
Presentations were to be made before the membership at the Annual Producer Dinner Meeting, but due to COVID-19 concerns the in-person meeting was cancelled. This year’s recipients were:
—Daniel Hook of Gloucester, who will study engineering at Virginia Tech as a freshman.—Jessie Mills of Mathews, who will study biology and pre-health at Mary Washington University as a freshman.—Alexandra Mills of Mathews, studying psychology at Mary Washington University as a freshman.—Betsy Barnett of Mathews, who will study social work at Rappahannock Community College as a sophomore.—Shayla Wheeler of Mathews, studying kinesiology at Longwood University as a sophomore.—Brittney Hardee of Hayes, who will study kinesiology at Longwood University as a sophomore.—Ashley Dough of Saluda, who will attend Shenandoah University, studying exercise science as a junior.—Macey Be...
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