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Wayne County Farm Bureau Awards $5,750 in 2020 Collegiate Scholarships

The Wayne County Farm Bureau Foundation is pleased to award six, $750 scholarships to Wayne County students majoring in an ag-related field of study. The Young Leader Committee is also honored to award one student with a $1,000 scholarship.

The Wayne County Farm Bureau Foundation would like to congratulate this year’s scholarship winners…

Clark Anderson, a graduate of Wayne City High School, will be attending Rend Lake College, majoring in Criminal Justice. His plans are to continue to Missouri Baptist University where he will study Wildlife Management.

Skylar Gray, a past graduate of Fairfield High School, has finished his studies at Wabash Valley College and is planning to continue his education at Murray State University with a degree in Ag Business Economics.

Holden Kauble, a Clay City student graduating from Flora High School, will be attending Wabash Valley College in the fall, majoring in Agricultural Business.

Kaleb Smith of Johnsonville is a graduate at Cisne High School. Kalbe will be heading to Rend Lake College in the fall where he will study Ag Business.

Lucille Smith, a past graduate at Wayne City High School, has completed her studies at Lake Land College and will be transferring to Murray State University where she will study Agricultural Education.

Sara Timm of Iuka is a graduate at Cisne High School. Sara will be majoring in Associate of Science, before transferring to the University of Illinois where she will study Pre-Veterinary Medicine.

The Young Leader Committee would like to congratulate Clark Anderson on being the recipient of their 2020 Young Leader Scholarship.

The Wayne County Farm Bureau Foundation, a 501(c)3 charitable organization, was established in 2004 and offers a charitable financial structure for members and friends of the Farm Bureau to contribute to agricultural education in Wayne County. Our mission of “Growing the future of agriculture by supporting the youth of today” has led to the creation of this successful scholarship program.

The Foundation would be honored to oversee and distribute your charitable gift. Your donation can support additional scholarships for Wayne County students or can support agricultural education activities in the county such as our Ag in the Classroom program. For more information on how you can donate to our Foundation go to

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