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scholarship winners

The Farm Credit Foundation for Agricultural Advancement has announced the winners of their 2019 scholarship program. It was once again a challenge to narrow it down - over 100 applications were received from talented students located across our five state territory. Below are the eighteen students who were selected to win $10,000 to help them pursue their careers in agriculture.

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Laura Antizzo of Ijamsville, Maryland is a senior at Urbana High School and plans to attend Colorado State University in the fall.

Kaitlin Bell of Nottingham, Pennsylvania is a senior at Oxford Area High School and plans to attend Kansas State University in the fall.

Ryan Bollinger of Frederick, Maryland is a senior at Frederick High School and plans to attend West Virginia University in the fall.

Cahlen Cheatham of Myersville, Maryland is a sophomore at Tarleton State University and is the president of the University’s Collegiate FFA Chapter.

Nyah DeValle of Damascus, Maryland is a senior at Damascus High School and plans to attend Georgetown University in the fall.

Emily Griswold of West Chester, Pennsylvania is attending the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and is president of the University’s Food Animal Club.

Amanda Grube of Manheim, Pennsylvania is a sophomore at Penn State University and a researcher in the Department of Plant Pathology.

Giulianna Kukor of Frederick, Maryland is a freshman at Cornell University, studying animal science.

Karalyn Lonngren of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is attending the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and is the president of the Christian Veterinary Fellowship.

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