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July 20, 2013

4-H Fair: 10-year members

The Alexandria Kiwanis Club and the Madison County 4-H Association have announced the 4-H members who are completing 10 years in the 4-H program.

Michaela Bova

Daughter of Roxanna Bova.
4-H Projects: Sheep, Swine, Foods and Model Craft
She is a recent graduate of Greenfield Central High School.

 

Katie Bradfield

Daughter of Dondeena Haygood.
4-H Projects: Photography, Recycling, Jr. Leaders and Foods
She is a recent graduate of Anderson High School. She plays to attend Olivet Nazarene University to major in family studies.

Brandon Brunt

Son of Doug and Mary Jo Brunt.
4-H Projects: Swine, Goats, Jr. Leaders, and Fine Arts
He is a recent graduate of Madison-Grant High School. He is attending Purdue University in the fall to study agribusiness management.

Sammantha Burris

Daughter of Chris and Mary Burris.
4-H Projects: Rabbits, Cats, Fine Arts, and Needlecraft
Sammantha is a recent graduate of Frankton Jr./Sr. High School.She plans to attend IUPUI in the fall to study forensic chemistry.

Aaron Cawthorn

Son of Randy and Patricia Cawthorn.
4-H Projects: Rabbits, Rockets, Recycling and Woodworking
He is a recent graduate of Frankton High School. He plans to attend Indiana Wesleyan University to study athletic training or computer science.

Sarah Church

Daughter of Rob and Barbara Church.
4-H Projects: Sewing, Foods, Scrapbooking and Weather
She is a graduate of Pendleton Heights High School. She will be attending Huntington University this fall to study exercise and movement science.

Brynden Danner

Son of Amy Danner.
4-H Projects: Horses
He is a recent graduate of Liberty Christian School in Anderson. He plans to attend Olivet Nazerene University this fall.

Meghan Dawson

Daughter of Tammi and Mark Dawson.
4-H Projects: Scrapbooking, Health, Foods and Basic & Misc. Crafts
She is a recent graduate of Pendleton Heights High School. She plans to attend Indiana State University to study accounting or math education.

Madeline Eaks

Daughter of Pat and Danielle Eaks.
4-H Projects: Photography, Needlecraft and Health
She is a homeschool senior who will graduate this fall. She plans on using her year after graduation to serve in her home, church and community.

Kailyn Earle

Daughter of Bill Earle and Cheryl and Dan Trauthwein.
4-H Projects: Swine, Photography, Foods and Beef
Kailyn is a 10-year member of Pendleton Livestock.

Jule Elsbury

Daughter of Ben and Heidi Elsbury.
4-H Projects: Photography, Foods and Child Development
She attended high school in Fishers. She plans to attend Indiana University at Kokomo to major in a health related field.

David Flook

Son of Bryan and Stacey Flook.
4-H Projects: Swine
He graduated with academic honors from Alexandria-Monroe High School. He plans to attend Purdue University this fall to major in computer and information technology.

Toby Gernand

Son of Katie Delph.
4-H Projects: Swine and Woodworking
He is a recent graduate of Pendleton Heights High School.

Sarah Hardin

Daughter of Jeffrey L. and Suzan L. Hardin.
4-H Projects: Horse & Pony, Archery and Pistol
She is a recent graduate of Frankton Sr. High School. She will be attending St. Mary’s of the Woods in the fall, where she plans to double major in equine business management and equine training with a minor in equine science.

Braden Hawhee

Son of Brian and Kim Hawhee.
4-H Projects: Beef, Swine and Sheep
He is a graduate of Pendleton Heights High School. He will be attending Illinois Central College in the fall, where he plans to major in ag business.

Colton Hieatt

Son of Doug and Cindy Hieatt.
4-H Projects: Swine, Beef, Tractors and Sheep
He is a 10-year member of Alex Ag. He is also a member of Petroleum Power Tractor club.

Jensen Hochstetler

Daughter of Brian and Brenda Hochstetler.
4-H Projects: Foods and Microwave Foods
She is a graduate of Daleville High School. She plans to attend Ball State University next year to pursue a career in elementary education.

Jenna Jarrell

Daughter of Jeff and Kelly Jarrell and Kert and Lori Hughes.
4-H Projects: Swine, Goats and Sheep
She is a graduate of Frankton High School. She will be attending Ivy Tech to further her education in nursing.

Lindsey Kardatzke

Daughter of Jeff and Keri Kardatzke.
4-H Projects: Action Demo, Sports, Genealogy and Swine
She graduated this year with honors from Liberty Christian School. She plans to major in social studies secondary education this fall at Indiana Wesleyan University.

Shanna Kelly

Daughter of Bob and Sally Kelly.
4-H Projects: Beef and Swine
She is a 10-year member of Alex Ag.

Jessy Kornbroke

Daughter of Scott and Kelley Kornbroke.
4-H Projects: Fine Arts, Wearable Arts and Foods
She is 10-year member of Creation Corner.

Tom Mares

Son of Dave and Kay Mares.
4-H Projects: Horse and Pony, Demonstrations, Poultry and Rabbits.
He is a graduate of Lapel High School. He will be attending Wabash College to pursue a degree in chemistry in the fall.

Abby Matthew

Daughter of John and Amy Matthew.
4-H Projects: Photography and Sheep
She is a graduate of Alexandria-Monroe High School. She will be attending Ball State University to major in nursing.

Abby Maxey

Daughter of Tom and Leah Maxey.
4-H Projects: Horse & Pony, Fine Arts and Photography
She is a graduate of Lapel High School. She plans to attend Otterbein University to be a part of the equine pre-vet program and ride on the equestrian team.

Bailey McBride

Daughter of Bill and Lisa McBride.
4-H Projects: Fine Arts
She is 10-year member of Alex Ag 4-H Club. She plans to go to cosmetology school after graduation.

Sydney Montgomery

Daughter of Jon and Amber Montgomery.
4-H Projects: Swine, Photography, Goats, Recycling, Beef and Sheep
She is a graduate of Alexandria-Monroe High School. She will be attending Ball State University to study animal science or zoology.

Joel Murray

Son of Vic and Mary Murray.
4-H Projects: Goats, Swine and Tractor
He is a 10-year member of Alex Ag and Petroleum Power Tractor clubs.

Greg Perkins

Son of Rhonda and Greg Perkins.
4-H Projects: Horse & Pony, Rabbits and Goats
He is a recent graduate of Lapel High School. He plans to attend University of Northwestern Ohio.

Courtney Purkey

Daughter of Todd and Karen Purkey.
4-H Projects: Sheep, Electric, Photography, Small Engines, Bicycle Rodeo and Recycling
She is a graduate of Madison Grant High School. She will be attending Ivy Tech State College this fall to major in special education.

Austin Robinson

Son of Greg and Terri Robinson.
4-H Projects: Goat, Poultry, Rabbit
He is a member of Creation Corner.

Lauren Santichen

Daughter of Kris Chapin and Steve Santichen.
4-H Projects: Fine Arts, Cake Decorating, Woodworking and Junior Leaders
She is a graduate of Liberty Christian School, where she was valedictorian. She plans to attend Rose-Hulman to study biomedical or electrical engineering.

Andrew Schwinn

Son of Rodney and Lisa Schwinn.
4-H Projects: Sheep, Swine, Woodworking, Electricity and Fine Arts
He is a graduate of Madison Grant High School. He will be attending Purdue University to study ag systems management and crop sciences.

Elizabeth Sigler

Daughter of Jay and Jennifer Sigler.
4-H Projects: Horse & Pony
She is a graduate of Pendleton Heights High School. She plans to attend Purdue University to double major in nursing and Spanish.

Mitchell Smith

Son of Neal and Jennifer Smith.
4-H Projects: Beef, Sheep and Swine
He graduated with academic honors from Pendleton Heights High School. He will be attending Purdue University to study ag economics.

Alicia Sprague

Daughter of Patty and Harold McDermit and Roger Sprague.
4-H Projects: Gardening and Sheep
She is a 10-year member of Happy Helpers.

Allison VanWinkle

Daughter of Todd and Tracy VanWinkle.
4-H Projects: Scrapbooking, Child Development and Food Preservation
She graduated mid-year from Pendleton Heights High School. She is currently attending Ivy Tech with plans to transfer to Ball State in the near future.

Austin Waterman

Son of Brandon and Mary Ann Waterman and Dara Bowland.
4-H Projects: Beef, Swine and Tractor Maintenance
He is a 2013 graduate of Frankton High School. He plans to attend Ivy Tech this fall to pursue a career in criminal justice.

Kelly Weaver

Daughter of Lori and Mike Weaver.
4-H Projects: Dog Obedience, Dog Agility, Showmanship, Cake Decorating
She is a graduate of Pendleton Heights. She is currently studying at Ivy Tech and is going to transfer to IUPUI to study marketing and sports management.

Kelsey Werling

Daughter of Kim and Duane Werling.
4-H Projects: Scrapbooking and Collections
She is a graduate of Pendleton Heights High School. She will be attending Indiana University majoring in telecommunications.

Mikaela Zambos

Daughter of Tim and Kathy Zambos.
4-H Projects: Horse & Pony
She is a graduate of Liberty Christian School. She plans to study agriculture at Wilmington College in Ohio this fall.

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