2023 B.H. “Brodie” Harrell Agricultural Scholarship Recipients

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Congratulations to Kate Coggins and Kevin Pernell on being the recipients of the 2023 B.H. “Brodie” Harrell Agricultural Scholarship. We are so proud of them and sure they will represent Northampton County well in college.

Kate Coggins is a recent graduate of Northeast Academy in Lasker and will be attending N.C. State University in the fall. She is the daughter of Jeffrey and Elizabeth Coggins of Pendleton.

Kevin Pernell is a recent graduate of KIPP Pride High School in Gaston and will be attending N.C. A&T State University in the fall. He is the son of Kenneth and Lillie Pernell of Jackson.

Brodie Harrell was recognized by his superiors in Raleigh, his coworkers across the State and the people of Northampton County as one of the top Extension agents in North Carolina. In his memory, coworkers, family, and friends have created the B. H. “Brodie” Harrell Agricultural Scholarship.The scholarship is available to youth from Northampton County who are pursuing higher education beyond high school level and concentrating in studies related to Agriculture and Natural Resources.