Loryn Wright, a graduating senior from Ayersville High School, won a FFA scholarship sponsored by Domino’s. Wright will attend The Ohio State University in the fall to study veterinary medicine.
Wright held multiple leadership roles while in FFA, most recently chapter president. She was the Ohio state winner of the agriscience fair in Division III social systems, and the national runner-up in the same category.
She attended the Washington Leadership Conference, researches hydroponics and raises market broilers and hogs. Outside of FFA, Wright was in 4-H, Junior Leadership Club, the Zion’s Lutheran Church bell choir, Spanish club, National Honor Society, cross country, softball, among others.
Eighteen students across the country received $1,000 scholarships sponsored by Domino’s. The scholarships are part of Domino’s five-year, $1 million commitment to the National FFA Organization.
“I, along with the other franchisees across the country, know there is no Domino’s without the dairy, tomato, wheat and other farmers working hard every day to produce the food we serve,” said Michael Omlor, Domino’s franchise owner in Defiance. “I am glad we can help local students by sponsoring scholarships to help them achieve their dreams and develop a successful career in the agriculture industry.”