Scholarship winners announced
The Ohio State University Extension of Washington County announces the winners of the annual 4-H College Scholarship Awards. Each applicant must be a high school senior or college freshman and a 4-H member for at least three years.
Funding was provided by the Washington County 4-H Endowment Committee through funds housed at Marietta Community Foundation.
Two winners receiving $500 scholarships are:
Kesselyn Bigley, daughter of Jessica and Joe Kidd and Jason and Emily Bigley. She is a member of the Salem Liberty Homemakers and Lower Salem Boys 4-H Club. She is a senior at Marietta High School and plans to major in Animal Science or Livestock Production and Management at an undecided university/college.
Lindsey Hartline, daughter of Gale and Christina Hartline of Marietta and a current member of the Lynch Combined 4-H Club. She graduated from Marietta High School and is attending Zane State looking to a degree in Occupational Therapy.
Three winners receiving $250 scholarships are:
Tyler Hartline is attending Marietta College and looking to a degree in Music Education and Vocal Performance, with a goal of teaching high school level choir and music, plus teaching private voice lessons.
Connor Tullius plans to attend either Ohio State University or Wilmington College to major in Animal Science, with a minor in Agribusiness.
Levi Westfall attends West Virginia University Parkersburg to obtain Electrical Certification plus a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Sciences.