Brown County Farm Bureau names scholarship winners

Staff Writer
Brownwood Bulletin
Brownwood Bulletin

The Brown County Farm Bureau has announced the recipients of the 2020 High School Scholarship.

Jeremiah Castro-Fowler graduated from Early High School and plans to attend Hardin-Simmons University in the fall to study computer science. Castro-Fowler has signed a letter of intent to run cross country from the university. He is the grandson of Wyman and Diana Kelcy.

Katie Harris is salutatorian of Brookesmith High School and will attend Tarleton State University. Harris will pursue a degree in kinesiology to follow a career path to becoming a physical therapist. She is the daughter of Greg and Wendy Harris.

Laramie Nelson is valedictorian of Brookesmith High School. She has earned an associate of science degree from Ranger College, which will carry forward to Angelo State University, where she will pursue studies to become a physical therapist. She is the daughter of Tony and Juakana Nelson.

Brooklynn Richmond is a graduate of Early High School. She will attend Tarleton State University to pursue a degree in ag services and development for a preferred career choice as a sales representative. She is the daughter of Cody and Tuesdie Richmond.

Brown County Farm Bureau is a membership organization dedicated to improving the lives of farming and ranching families through agricultural advocacy.

Jeramiah Castro-Fowler