Farm Show Foundation Scholarship Goes to 15 Agriculture Students at Pennsylvania Farm Show

Farm Show Foundation Scholarship2022 PA Farm Show Scholarship Recipients Top L-R: Zachary Diamond, of Smithfield, Fayette County; Mollie Bomgardner of Mifflintown, Union County; Ella Brummer of Millerstown Perry County; Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding; Lindsey Robertson of Meyersdale, Somerset County; Bottom L-R: Olivia hammers of Alexandria, Huntingdon County; Dana Heltzel of Martinsburg, Blair County; Lauren Turner of Philipsburg, Centre County; Alana Harrell of Lebanon, Lebanon County; Sydney Turner of Phillipsburg, Centre County; Courtney Hess of Saegertown, Crawford County; Maddie Musser of Mt. Joy, Lancaster County; and Noell Nichols of Bellefonte, Center County. (Submitted Image)

HARRISBURG, PA — The Pennsylvania Farm Show Scholarship Foundation presented 15 college students with scholarships totaling $52,500 on Tuesday, January 11, 2022, at the 106th Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg.

Since its start in 1993, the Pennsylvania Farm Show Scholarship Foundation has awarded more than $1.8 million in scholarships to more than 600 Farm Show exhibitors.

Scholarship recipients:

  • Mollie Bomgardner, Mifflintown, Union County
  • Ella Brummer, Millerstown, Perry County
  • Zachary Diamond, Smithfield, Fayette County
  • Ryan Frantz, Mount Pleasant Mills, Snyder County
  • Olivia Hammers, Alexandria, Huntingdon County
  • Alayna Harrell, Lebanon, Lebanon County
  • Dana Heltzel, Martinsburg, Blair County
  • Courtney Hess, Saegertown, Crawford County
  • Rachel Kromer, Easton, Northampton County
  • Maddie Musser, Mt. Joy, Lancaster County
  • Noell Nichols, Bellefonte, Centre County
  • Lindsey Robertson, Meyersdale, Somerset County
  • Will Tornambe, Collegeville, Montgomery County
  • Lauren Turner, Philipsburg, Centre County
  • Sydney Turner, Philipsburg, Centre County

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 for receiving the award.

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