r By LaRon Taylor
On May 17, the Mt. Nebo Chapter of the Sons of Utah Pioneers presented scholarships to selected FFA students at Payson High School and Salem Hills High School.
They feel that the FFA program provides a bright future for these modern-day pioneers in farming and have been providing scholarships to selected students for the past 3 years.
Four of the Payson High FFA students received $500 Scholarships, and two Salem Hills High FFA students received $750 Scholarships.
The Mt. Nebo Chapter of the Sons of Utah Pioneers meets monthly with their wives to enjoy a marvelous meal and a great guest speaker. Anyone interested in joining or learning more about this organization can call Dan Howlett at 801-224-5885.