In light of the Coronavirus, we have decided to cancel our annual banquet for this calendar year.
Be sure to check out our newsletter, From the Fields, for the latest updates, news, and events in Prince George’s County!
My name is Keenan Alexander I am 19 years old from Prince George’s County, Maryland. I am a rising sophomore at Morgan State University. I’m majoring in Graphic Design and hope to become a graphic designer in the future. I love to draw and I also love to play basketball. Last school year, I accumulated a 3.5 GPA. I’ve won this scholarship last year, and am very excited to win it again! The scholarship has helped me with paying my tuition.
My name is Kristian Alexander, I am an 18-year-old incoming freshman at North Carolina A&T State University. I was born and raised in Prince George’s County Maryland, a place that made me fall in love with sports and music. Basketball has been a passion of mine ever since I have been able to walk. I will be majoring in Bioengineering, and I eventually want to help develop new technological advancements for prosthetics and artificial limbs. Basketball sparked my interest in Bioengineering due to the fact that I would always see injuries and want to help heal the players. I knew I didn’t want to be a surgeon so I decided to help people with injuries in a different way. I would like to thank the Prince George’s Farm Bureau for supporting me and for this scholarship.
It’s a priority at Prince George’s County Farm Bureau to give our next generation the tools they need to succeed.
Members are encouraged to apply for LEAD Class XII. Applications are due October 1, 2020. The LEAD program increases the numbers and capacity of leaders serving agriculture, natural resources, and rural communities. Learn more about the program here.
Prince George’s County Farm Bureau makes it easy to get involved and make a difference at the local level.
Here you’ll find news articles about issues important to Prince George’s County residents, along with some farmer profiles!