Two Cambridge residents receive Farm Bureau scholarships

CAMBRIDGE − Two Guernsey County students will each receive a $500 scholarship to help cover expenses for their upcoming academic year, thanks to the Guernsey County Farm Bureau.

Aspen Jones and Avery Vasko of Cambridge have been selected as 2024 fellows.

Aspen Jones

Aspen is the daughter of Jeff and Mickey Jones. His parents are his biggest inspiration. “At first, the college journey seemed overwhelming and I didn’t know where to start. Their help, support and guidance made the journey much more manageable,” Aspen said.

“Growing up, raising livestock and being a member of 4-H have been an important part of my life. “Many life lessons were learned that you just can’t learn in the classroom,” she continues. Aspen is attending Muskingum University majoring in Early Childhood Education. After graduating, her goal is to be hired at a school in Guernsey County.

Avery Vasko

Avery Vasko is the daughter of Brad and Jaynie Vasko. Her friends, family, co-workers and livestock inspired her to take up farming. Avery volunteers at Breaking Free Therapeutic Riding Center and is active in 4-H, FFA and showing livestock. Avery will attend Ohio State ATI to double major in animal bioscience and livestock management. Avery said, “After completing my studies at ATI, I plan to continue my education to enter veterinary school and eventually become a large animal veterinarian. »

For more information on available scholarships, call 740-425-3681 or email

This article was originally published in the Daily Jeffersonian: Two receive scholarships from the agricultural bureau

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