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Cape Fear Farm Credit Announces 2022 Scholarship Winners

Cape Fear Farm Credit recently announced their 2022 scholarship winners. This year, Cape Fear Farm Credit distributed over $22,000 in local scholarships to deserving students to a variety of scholarship opportunities including a local high school scholarship awarded to high school seniors who reside in, or are connected to, an agricultural operation in a county served by Cape Fear Farm Credit. Additional scholarships distributed to support academic excellence, community involvement and leadership for students committed to southeastern North Carolina agriculture and rural communities include N.C. 4-H, N.C. FFA, AgYouth Leadership, and diversity. To expand Cape Fear Farm Credit’s commitment to the next generation of agriculture, a new scholarship was added for this year’s distribution to support students within college.

Cape Fear Farm Credit awarded five different scholarships to twelve deserving students including their College At-Large Scholarship, FFA & 4-H Scholarship, High School At-Large Scholarship, Diversity Scholarship, and AgYouth Leadership Scholarship.

2022 Cape Fear Farm Credit Scholarship recipients include:
Adriana Rodriguez of Scotland County, High School Scholarship Recipient
Belle Merlo of Robeson County, AgYouth Scholarship Recipient
Caroline Barnhill of Bladen County, High School Scholarship Recipient
Dessa Houston of Duplin County, College Scholarship Recipient
Elizabeth Blackburn of Duplin County, High School Scholarship Recipient
Garrett Bullard of Harnett County, High School Scholarship Recipient
Haleigh Fields of Bladen County, N.C. 4-H and High School Scholarship Recipient
Hannah Pelton of Brunswick County, High School Scholarship and Diversity Scholarship Recipient
Katherine Carmichael of Scotland County, College Scholarship Recipient
Kayley Bass of Sampson County, High School Scholarship Recipient
Olivia Allen of Bladen County, N.C. FFA and High School Scholarship Recipient
Robert Pope of Harnett County, High School Scholarship Recipient

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