PENDLETON — The Umatilla-Morrow County Farm Bureau Scholarship Committee recently awarded scholarships totaling $1,000 to three deserving 2018 high school graduates. The three award winners were selected from a field of 16 excellent candidates.

Holly Espinoza, a graduate of Hermiston High School, received a $500 scholarship. She is the daughter of Joe and Roberta Espinoza of Hermiston, and will be attending Eastern Oregon University where she will major in nursing.

Christopher Lee Weinke is a graduate of Pilot Rock High School, and received a $250 scholarship. The son of Michael and Nancy Weinke of Pilot Rock, Christopher will attend Treasure Valley Community College and major in animal science and horse production.

Coby Mac Dougherty received a $250 award. He is a graduate of Heppner High School and the son of Clifford and Dawna Dougherty of Heppner. Coby will be attending Blue Mountain Community College where he will study precision agriculture and aerial spraying.

For more information, contact Julia Spratling, secretary/treasurer, at 541-457-6045.

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