Red Angus Association presents scholarship to local student

The Red Angus Association of America Junior Activities Committee awarded Trey Harvey a $1,000 college scholarship. Harvey, of Carthage, is the son of Anthony and Judy Harvey. Trey is a senior at Joaquin High School. He and his family own and operate Diamond H Ranch in in the Galloway Community, where they raise registered Red Angus cattle. Throughout high school, Trey has been active in FFA, 4-H, JOAD Archery, Beta club, science club and NAJRAE. Trey has served in many leadership roles in FFA and is currently the chapter vice-president. He has been an active member of the livestock showing team since the fourth grade, competing at local, state and national levels. He stays busy with the daily management and care of his herd, but spends time serving his community by volunteering at a local food bank. Harvey plans to attend Texas A&M University and study electrical engineering. He hopes to combine his ranching knowledge and the engineering curriculum to help cattlemen and women produce livestock in a more efficient environment.

Trey Harvey