Farm Bureau awards college scholarships

REED CITY  — The Osceola County Farm Bureau has announced Morgan Cook and Talon Woods are each the recipient of a $500 college scholarship.

Morgan Cook is the daughter of John and Rodnie Cook, of Reed City. She is attending Oklahoma State University, where she will be a senior this fall. Morgan is doing a double major in agricultural communications and animal science. She hopes to work for a graphic design company in Texas and later return to Reed City to take over the family farm and continue with her personal graphic design and photography business.

Talon Woods is the daughter of Lewis and Summer Deline, of Reed City, and is a 2016 graduate of Pine River High School. She is active in 4-H and the equestrian team for the school. Talon plans to attend Ferris State University, seeking a degree in political science. In the future she hopes to have her dream job in ag politics and maybe ag communications.

“Five students applied for the Farm Bureau scholarships. The combination of academic achievements, extracurricular activities and long-term goals proved that these applicants are outstanding students,” said Jess Erler, president of the Osceola County Farm Bureau.

This is the 21st year that the Osceola County Farm Bureau has awarded scholarships to students attending college.