Harrisburg, PA - The Pennsylvania Farm Show Scholarship Foundation presented 24 college students with scholarships totaling $112,000 on Tuesday, January 8, at the 103rd Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg.
Since beginning in 1993, the Pennsylvania Farm Show Scholarship Foundation has awarded more than $1.6 million in scholarships to 552 junior Farm Show exhibitors. This year’s recipients were awarded $3,500 each. Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences and Delaware Valley University awarded an additional $2,000 to their students receiving the award.
•John Anderson, Emlenton, Venango Co.
•Colby Bomgardner, Annville, Lebanon Co.
•Dylan Bomgardner, Annville, Lebanon Co.
•Margaret Brice, Ducannon, Perry Co.
•Lindsey Burgard, East Berlin, York Co.
•Annah Burke, Pleasantville, Forest Co.
•Amanda Cole, Bentleyville, Washington Co.
•Taylor Conley, New Enterprise, Bedford Co.
•Brandon Davis, Carrolltown, Cambria Co.
•Lauren Diamond, Smithfield, Fayette Co.
•Thomas Gabel, Newport, Perry Co.
•Trent Goss, McClure, Mifflin Co.
•Garrett Jenkins, Bainbridge, Lancaster Co.
•Kayla Jonas, Pleasant Mount, Wayne Co.
•Dori Kralj, Emlenton, Venango Co.
•Erin Lang, Glen Rock, York Co.
•Amanda Pennington, Cherry Tree, Clearfield Co.
•McCartney Register, Mill Hall, Clinton Co.
•Abigail Reiff, Pequea, Lancaster Co.
•Jared Rose, Cochranton, Crawford Co.
•Kelsey Stewart, Mercersburg, Franklin Co.
•Jamie Supancik, New Milford, Susquehanna Co.
•Emily Valentine, Clearville, Bedford Co.
•Elizabeth Voight, Fredericksburg, Lebanon Co.
The Pennsylvania Farm Show is the nation’s largest indoor agricultural event, featuring 12,000 competitive exhibits, more than 5,200 of which are animal competitions, plus 300 commercial exhibitors. The show runs January 5 – 12, 2019. Admission is free and parking is $15 in Farm Show lots. The Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center is easily accessible from Interstates 81 and 83.