One of Pennsylvania’s ‘Best and Brightest’ Headed to SUNY Cobleskill

William Horning of Garden Spot High School in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania is featured in PennLive’s “The Best and Brightest Class of 2017” today. His next stop? SUNY Cobleskill.

In a corresponding editorial, the newspaper calls these 20 young people “reasons to be hopeful about the future.”

Horning plans to study Agricultural Equipment Technology at SUNY Cobleskill. From the interview:

“Throughout my time in FFA, I have sought to make a difference in several ways. One such way was by helping to educate the public. In 2015 I organized a community petting zoo with a local business, where we brought animals for people to pet and interact with. This gave us a chance to answer questions and expose people of all ages to production agriculture.”

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(Header photo: Dan Gleiter/PennLive)