The Brown County Farm Bureau have selected Makayla Barber, Mariah Haitz, Logan Klump, Clinton McElroy and Mackenzie Tussey to each receive a $500 scholarship.
Barber, a daughter of Ralph Barber Jr. of Blanchester, is a 2015 graduate of Fayetteville-Perry High School. She will attend Wilmington College this fall where she will seek a degree in ag business.
Haitz, a daughter of John Paul and Christy Haitz of Ripley, is a 2015 graduate of Ripley Union Lewis Huntington High School. She will continue her education at The Ohio State University and major in communications.
Klump, a daughter of John and Amy Klump of Ripley, is also a 2015 graduate of Ripley Union Huntington Lewis High School. She plans to attend Southern State Community College/NKU and major in business with a concentration in agriculture.
McElroy, a son of Dana and Kathrynn McElroy of Georgetown, is a 2015 graduate of Georgetown High School. He will attend UC Clermont this fall where he will major in engineering.
Tussey, a daughter of Jason and Lisa Tussey of Fayetteville, is also a 2015 graduate of Fayetteville-Perry High School. She will continue her education at Miami University and major in school psychology.