County Scholarship Deadline — April 1 (2022 Winners Listed Below)
- Two $500 scholarships; open to children of Farm Bureau members (graduating seniors or college students); scholarships for continuing education (2+years in school) in the amount of $750; application above and available at county FB offices and schools
2022 County Scholarship Winners Announced
Johnson County Farm Bureau Federation awarded six scholarships
Two continuing college students:
Masen Jensen, son of Mr & Mrs Cory Jensen from Buffalo. He is majoring in Pre-dentistry at Black Hills State.
Ashlynn Fennema, daughter of Mr & Mrs Jim Fennema. She is majoring in Elementary Education and Animal Science at Casper College.
Three graduating from Buffalo High School in May received scholarships:
McKinly Hepp, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Randy Hepp. She will be attending Sheridan College, studying Rangeland Management.
Kale Benton, son of Mr & Mrs. Tyler Benton. He will be attending Casper College, studying Animal Science.
Aiden Burke, son of Mr. & Mrs. William Burke. He will be attending Sheridan College, studying Cyber Security.
One graduating from Kaycee High School in May received scholarship
Samuel Ramsbottom, son of William Ramsbottom and Allison Jarrard from Kaycee. He will attend Sheridan College, studying Diesel Tech and welding.
County Farm Bureau Officers
- President – Bill Burke
- Vice president – Linda Lulias
- Secretary/Treasurer/Membership Secretary/YF&R – Carmen Rodriguez