Suber Brown earned NCFB’s Shaw Scholarship

Published 10:00 pm Monday, June 9, 2014


Andrew James Suber-Brown, Polk County Farm Bureau member, has been chosen as a recipient of North Carolina Farm Bureau’s R. Flake Shaw Scholarship, the organization’s top academic award. Suber-Brown, who grew up on a family farm and is a 2014 graduate of Polk County High School, will study at North Carolina A&T State University.
The R. Flake Shaw Scholarship program has awarded more than $3 million in scholarship money to agriculture students since it was founded in 1967. It provides renewable scholarships of $3750 per year to six new four-year or university students each year, and renewable scholarships of $1000 per year to two new community college students each year.  Pictured left to right: PCHS Ag teacher Chauncey Barber, Polk County Farm Bureau Agency Manager Jesse Navarro, R Flake Shaw Scholarship recipient Andrew James Suber Brown, Polk County Farm Bureau President Doug Harmon, PCHS Ag teacher Ashley Gilbert.

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by Curtis Hayes

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