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2017 Daugherty Family Scholarship Winners

 

Pictured from left, Johnna Cummins and Cameron DeWitt

The Huntington County Community Foundation announces that Johnna Cummins and Cameron DeWitt, both of Warren, are recipients of 2017 Daugherty Family Scholarships.

Cummins, a graduating senior from Eastbrook High School, will be attending Huntington University majoring in Agribusiness. She is the daughter of Amy and Dennis Cummins. A member of the Eastbrook National Honor Society and a 10-year 4-H participant, Cummins has been active in FFA, Girls Basketball, Football manager, and Mu Alpha Theta. Her volunteer activities include concessions at the Knight Civic Center, Eastbrook Young Farmers, Warren Food Pantry and End Hunger Now.

DeWitt, a rising junior at Southeastern University, is majoring in Business Administration with special interest in health care. He is the son of Sarah DeWitt of Huntington and Steven DeWitt of Bluffton. During his sophomore year at Southeastern DeWitt continued as a team leader in Ultimate Frisbee. When back in the area he is employed at The Daugherty Companies and the Department of Natural Resource at Salamonie Reservoir.

The Daugherty Family Fund was established in 2009 in honor of H.L. and Martha Daugherty to provide scholarships to employees, their children, or Warren area students pursuing further education in agriculture.  The Daugherty Companies, founded in 1939, employs 22 people. Due to the technical nature of their business they see the need for advanced training through technical schools and colleges.

For more information regarding this scholarship or any other scholarships awarded by HCCF, visit their web site at www.huntingtonccf.org.

 


2017 marks the 52nd year we have attended the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, KY. If you are in the area, stop by the south wing, booth #6609/6610 and say hi! If you have purchased and utilized any of our products, we would love to hear your feedback! Adam and Bill look forward to seeing you there!


2016 Warren Area Antique Tractor & Engine Show

Every year over the 4th of July holiday, we host an antique tractor & engine show here on the grounds in Warren.  We partner with the Warren Area Antique Tractor Club to allow local collectors to display their tractors, engines & equipment.  This year the show featured International Harvester tractors & equipment.  We had a total of 278 pieces on display, 141 of those were the featured implements with a total of 230 antique tractors on display.

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Pair to get Daugherty Scholarship:

 

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Pictured from left, Cameron DeWitt and Andrew Smith.

 

The Huntington County Community Foundation announces that Cameron DeWitt and Andrew Smith, both of Warren, have been awarded 2016 Daugherty Family Scholarships.

DeWitt, a rising sophomore at Southeastern University, is majoring in nursing with the goal of becoming a pediatric nurse practitioner of oncology. He is the son of Sarah DeWitt and Steven DeWitt.

During his initial academic year at Southeastern, DeWitt was a team leader in Ultimate Frisbee.

Smith, a rising junior at Purdue University, is majoring in animal sciences with minors in biology and animal behavior. As a veterinarian, he would like to concentrate on large animals and specialize in food animals. He is the son of Kristal and Jon Smith.

At Purdue, Smith is a member of the Pre-Veterinary Medical Association, Purdue Collegiate 4-H, Purdue Goat Club and Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Eta Sigma honor societies. His community service has been volunteering weekly at a local food bank.

The Daugherty Family Fund was established in 2009 in honor of H.L. and Martha Daugherty to provide scholarships to employees, their children, or Warren area students pursuing further education in agriculture.  The Daugherty Companies, founded in 1939, employs 22 people. Due to the technical nature of their business they see the need for advanced training through technical schools and colleges.

Article courtesy of The Huntington County TAB

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