The Pike County Farm Bureau Federation recently awarded nine scholarships to outstanding Pike County youth:

From Shelby Valley High School, Haley Johnson, daughter of Jimmy and Teresa Johnson of Robinson Creek; Peyton Elswick, daughter of Jamie Elswick ad Paula Little of Virgie; from Pikeville High School, Olivia Whitfield, daughter of Ben and Chonda Roberts of Robinson Creek, Connor Roberts, son of Michael and Candi Roberts of Robinson Creek; from East Ridge High School, Caitlyn Coleman, daughter of Jason and Jamesetta Coleman of Regina; Emily Morgan, daughter of Jamie and Melissa Morgan of Elkhorn City; Karosta May, daughter of Ralph and Delena May of Elkhorn City; from Pike Central High School, Emily Adkins, daughter of Freddy and Sharon Adkins of Raccoon and Kennedy Stallard, daughter of Brad and Claudette Varney of Sidney.

Scholarship recipients were selected based on GPA, civic activities, a short essay and letters of recommendation from leaders in their communities. Requirements to apply for the Pike County Farm Bureau Scholarship program include being a graduating senior from an accredited Pike County school and a member of the Pike County Farm Bureau. The scholarship program is one of the many member services benefits offered to any Pike County Farm Bureau member.

For questions or more information, visit the Pike County Farm Bureau Insurance office.

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