Brandon Entz, a senior at Peabody-Burns High School, holds the framed document naming him this year’s recipient of the 17th annual $3,200 Marion County Agriculture Future of America Scholarship. The scholarship, directed toward a student who is actively pursuing careers in an agriculture-related industry, is sponsored by Cooperative Grain & Supply, Midlands Farm Services of Hillsboro, Central National Bank and Agriculture Future of America. Entz, son of Gordon and Shawn Entz, plans to attend Kansas State University to major in agricultural economics. Pictured with Entz are (from left) Lyman Adams, CG&S general manager; Mike Padget, president of CNB; and Doug Sharp, president of Midlands Farm Services.
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