Fort Loramie grad club president at Wilmington College

Staff report

WILMINGTON — Wilmington College senior Meghan R. Bruns of Quaker Way, Wilmington, is serving as president of the Wilmington College Aggies Club.

Bruns, who is majoring in agriculture, is a 2013 graduate of Fort Loramie High School.

The Wilmington College Aggies Club is a not-for-profit campus organization that sponsors on and off campus activities such as the Aggies Judging Contest. It focuses on education and leadership in the agriculture industry.

Each year, the Aggies Club offers a $500 scholarship to an incoming freshman showing exemplary academics and leadership in high school, in hopes the student will be an active member of the Wilmington College community. The scholarship offers prospective students an early interest in the organization, and was designed to aid tomorrow’s leaders as they strive to further their education.

The Wilmington College Aggies Club is one of the largest organizations at Wilmington College.

Wilmington College is an independent college in Wilmington, Ohio, with a hallmark for hands-on learning opportunities. Founded in 1870 by Quakers, WC hosts 1,100 students at its main campus and another 200 at two satellite locations in Cincinnati. The College competes in 20 sports as a member of NCAA D-III and the Ohio Athletic Conference. Additional information may be obtained at

Staff report