County Farm Bureau has awarded two $1,000 scholarships to local students who
are furthering their education with our first annual scholarship. The recipients of the awards can use the
funds to attend college or trade school.
honored to give back to the youth of our community by helping them with their
future endeavors through our new scholarship program” said Rita Herford,
Vice-President and Promotion & Education Chair of Huron County Farm Bureau.
Avery Kuhl was awarded one $1,000
scholarship. Avery is the son of Ryan
& Heather Kuhl of Sebewaing and a graduate of USA schools. Avery plans on attending the Motorcycle
Mechanics Institute and achieving a Hontech and YamaPro certificate.
Johanna Braun from Harbor Beach was another $1,000 scholarship
winner. Johanna is the daughter of Joe
& Deanna Braun and a 2018 graduate of Harbor Beach Schools. Johanna is pursuing a career in agricultural
We would like to wish everyone who competed for these awards the best
of luck as they continue their studies.
Applications are due annually on June 1st. Applicants
should be pursuing post-secondary education at either a 2- or 4-year college or
trade school and parents must be a Huron County Farm Bureau member at least one
year prior to the student applying. Our
goal in setting up this scholarship program is to reward students that show
leadership skills and have a strong work ethic.