Boyer Scholarship recipients named


Five 2019 high school graduates who are members of the Clinton County Junior Fair Board were each selected by the local 4-H Endowment Committee to receive a $500 Lois Boyer Scholarship. From left are committee members Tracie Montague, Ann Foxworthy, Billy Arehart and Randy Pinkerton, scholarship recipients Annell Prochnow, Allie Houseman, Nicholas Lansing, Rachael Billups and Carrie Robinson, and committee members Chad Beam, Scot Gerber and Brad Woodruff.

Five 2019 high school graduates who are members of the Clinton County Junior Fair Board were each selected by the local 4-H Endowment Committee to receive a $500 Lois Boyer Scholarship. From left are committee members Tracie Montague, Ann Foxworthy, Billy Arehart and Randy Pinkerton, scholarship recipients Annell Prochnow, Allie Houseman, Nicholas Lansing, Rachael Billups and Carrie Robinson, and committee members Chad Beam, Scot Gerber and Brad Woodruff.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Five 2019 high school graduates who are members of the Clinton County Junior Fair Board were each selected by the local 4-H Endowment Committee to receive a $500 Lois Boyer Scholarship. From left are committee members Tracie Montague, Ann Foxworthy, Billy Arehart and Randy Pinkerton, scholarship recipients Annell Prochnow, Allie Houseman, Nicholas Lansing, Rachael Billups and Carrie Robinson, and committee members Chad Beam, Scot Gerber and Brad Woodruff.

Five 2019 high school graduates who are members of the Clinton County Junior Fair Board were each selected by the local 4-H Endowment Committee to receive a $500 Lois Boyer Scholarship. From left are committee members Tracie Montague, Ann Foxworthy, Billy Arehart and Randy Pinkerton, scholarship recipients Annell Prochnow, Allie Houseman, Nicholas Lansing, Rachael Billups and Carrie Robinson, and committee members Chad Beam, Scot Gerber and Brad Woodruff.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/07/web1_boyer_scholarship.jpgFive 2019 high school graduates who are members of the Clinton County Junior Fair Board were each selected by the local 4-H Endowment Committee to receive a $500 Lois Boyer Scholarship. From left are committee members Tracie Montague, Ann Foxworthy, Billy Arehart and Randy Pinkerton, scholarship recipients Annell Prochnow, Allie Houseman, Nicholas Lansing, Rachael Billups and Carrie Robinson, and committee members Chad Beam, Scot Gerber and Brad Woodruff. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal