10 Year 4-H Members
2015 Ten Tear Members
2015 Ten Tear Members

2015 Ten Year 4-H Members

Nellie Andrews is the daughter of Rod Andrews and Lori Webb. She is a member of the Pike Steuben club and her favorite project is Photography. Anelia plans to attend Indiana State University to study Nutrition and Dietetics.

Madeline Beyer is the daughter of Jim and Lori Beyer. She is a part of the Jr. Leaders club and the Washington Whizzes club. Her favorite project is Photography. Her favorite 4-H moment is going to the State Fair to see her projects, as well as other Warren County projects, on display. Madeline is going to study Psychology and Pre-Occupational Therapy at the University of Indianapolis this fall.

Cole Blessing is the son of Marty and Marcie Blessing. He is involved in the Shooting Sports club and Swine is his favorite project. His most memorable 4-H moment is spending time on swine and shooting sports projects every year with friends and family. Cole will be attending Purdue University, College of Agriculture majoring in Crop Science.

Bailey Bowlus is the daughter of Chad and Julie Bowlus. She has participated in Swine, Beef and Photography projects. Her favorite project is Beef. Bailey’s most memorable 4-H moment is when she had to borrow Haley Briles jeans five minutes before she had to show because she ripped hers climbing a fence. Her plans include going to Ivy Tech her first year and transferring to University of Southern Indiana.

Elizabeth Brier is the daughter of Rod Brier and Linda Brier. Her favorite project is Scrapbooking. Her most memorable moment is showing a steer for the first time and being tossed around the arena multiple times and winning Grand Champion Steer that same year. Her future plans include attending Ball State and majoring in Biochemistry and Pre-Dental studies.

Caitlin Briles is the daughter of Tony and Michelle Briles. She is a member of Washington Whizzes. Her favorite project is Beef. Caitlin’s most memorable 4-H moment is after winning First Year Beef Showman, the judge commented on how he liked her hot pink boots. Her future plans are to attend Purdue University to major in Agribusiness.

Brittany Cook is the daughter of Mark Cook and Stacey Johnston. She is a member of the Warren Voyagers and Adams/Pine Villagers and her favorite project is sheep. Brittany’s most memorable moment when she was a 4-H Camp Counselor and a young kid from her group was home sick and she introduced him to other campers. Her future plans include going to Purdue University to major in Animal Sciences.

Mikayla Davis is the daughter of Tim and Tina Davis. She is a member of the Washington Whizzes club. Her favorite project is Child Development and more particularly, Seatbelt Safety. Mikayla plants to attend college for Nursing and work her way up to becoming a Neonatal Practitioner.

Kaitlyn Evans is the daughter of Michael Evans and Pam VanDorn. She has participated in the Horse and Pony and Shooting Sports Clubs. Her favorite projects include Horse and Pony, Swine, Photography and Floriculture. Kaitlyn’s most memorable 4-H moments include getting to participate in the Supreme Showmanship. Although she could never list all of the amazing moments, Supreme Showmanship was a great experience. Her future plans include majoring in Biology at Purdue University and continuing on to the IU School of Optometry so that she can open her own local optometry office.

Nicole Hale is the daughter of Zack and Kristi Hale. She is a member of the Washington Whizzes club and her favorite project is Arts and Crafts. Her most memorable 4-H moment is winning sweepstakes in photography. Nicole plans include attending film school, making movies and traveling the world.

Rebecca Haussin is the daughter of Jennie Larson-Haussin. She is a member of the Washington and Jr. Leaders Club and her favorite project is Goat. Her most memorable moment is the Jr. Leader completion trip White Water Rafting in Tennessee, when Kelly got ejected from the raft and ended up getting stitches. Her future plans include attending the University of Indianapolis to major in Exercise Science.

Patrick Hegg is the son of John and April Hegg. He is a 10 year member of Beef and involved in the Shooting Sports club. His favorite projects include Beef, Swine and Electricity. His most memorable 4-H moment is the multiple storms that occurred during the Steer Grand Drive. Patrick’s plans include attending the University of Findlay to study Animal Science and play football.

Derek Holley is the son of Pete and Amy Holley. He is a member of West Side Six. Derek’s favorite project is Swine. His most memorable moment in 4-H is winning the Sweepstakes Breeding Litter in 2010. He is going on to study Ag Business at Vincennes University.

Hannah Humphrey is the daughter of Robert and Monika Humphrey. She is a part of the Poultry club and her favorite project is Do Your Own Thing. Hannah’s most memorable 4-H moment is when she won Sweepstakes with a quiver she had made from the hide of a buck she had shot and tanned herself. Her future plans include getting married and raising a family.

Isaac Hunter is the son of Scott and Mindy Hunter. He is a member of Pike Steuben and West Side Six clubs and his favorite project is Do Your Own Thing. His most memorable moment is going White Water Rafting with the Jr. Leaders and almost breaking Mr. Holley. Isaac plans to attend Wabash College to major in Biology and Pre-Med.

Isabella Johnston is the daughter of Jason and Leah Johnston. She is a member of the Liberty Kids Konnection Club. Her favorite project is Garden. Isabella’s most memorable 4-H moment is winning Reserve Sweepstakes with her English Lob Rabbit and attending State Fair. She recently enlisted in the Army National Guard and her plans include attending Indiana Wesleyan University in the fall and then attending basic training and advanced individual training spring 2016. She then will return to school Fall 2016 to enroll in the IWU Nursing program.

Isaiah Jones is the son of Kassandra Jones. He is a member of the Medina 4-H club and his favorite project is Aerospace. Isaiah’s most memorable moment of 4-H is going to state fair with a model airplane he made for Arts and Crafts. His future plans are to acquire a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Ashley Jordan is the daughter of David and Wendi Jordan. She is a member of Adams Pine Villagers and Jr. Leaders Clubs and her favorite project is Scrapbooking. Her most memorable moment of 4-H is riding the carnival rides with her siblings. She plans to attend Purdue University in the fall.

Ruby Kay is the daughter of John and Kelly Kay. She has participated in many projects including Swine, Flowers and Dogs and her favorites are Beef and Sheep. Ruby’s most memorable 4-H moment is helping her siblings get their animals ready before the shows and working as a team. She will be attending ISU to major in Nursing.

Daniel Keiser is the son of Dann and Lynn Keiser. He is a member of Medina, Poultry, and Jr. Leader Clubs. He is involve in the Goat and Rabbit projects. His favorite project is Poultry. His most memorable 4-H Fair Moments are working with the poultry project and family and friends, including winning Grand Champion at the County Fair and Champion Waterfowl at the State Fair.

Victoria Larson is the daughter of John and Pam Larson. She is a member of the Washingotn Whizzes Club. Her favorite project is Arts and Crafts. Victoria’s most memorable 4-H moment is when she won the gator at the County Fair. She plans to attend Indiana University to major in Speech and Hearing.

Elizabeth McKinnis is the daughter of Kurt McKinnis and Tricia VanSlyke. She is a member of the Medina Hilltoppers. Her favorite project is Foods. Her most memorable 4-H moment is as a 4-H Camp Counselor meeting new people and working with the youth. Her future plans include attending University of Southern Indiana to major in Social Work.

Chloe Morris is the daughter of Todd and Teri Morris. She is a member of Adams/Pine and Jr. Leaders Clubs. Her favorite project is Arts and Crafts. Chloe’s most memorable 4-H moment is working with her friends in the Jr. Leader Stand and serving all the fair-goers. She will be attending ISU to major in Textiles, Apparel and Merchandising.

Kolton Perry is the son of Billy and Heather Perry. His favorite project is Swine. Kolton’s most memorable moment is when the Silver boys brought their pigs to the fair in their mini-van. His future plans are to join the union as a pipefitter.

Madeline Rhea is the daughter of Bret and Anne Rhea. She is a member of Liberty Kid Konnection and Jr. Leader Clubs. Her favorite project is Child Development. Madeline’s most memorable 4-H moment is the first time she volunteered as a camp counselor at 4-H Camp and she made friendships with other counselors that have lasted throughout High School. She is going on to Purdue University in the fall for First Year Honors Engineering and hopes to continue on to become a Biomedical engineer.

Courtney White is the daughter of Kenny White. She is a member of the Pike/Steuben and West Side Six Clubs and her favorite project is Swine. Her most memorable 4-H moment is when she unintentionally rode a pig through the swine barn. She plans to attend International Buisness College to become a Vet Tech. 

Congratulations to all of our ten year members and good luck with your future endeavors!

By Mary Wildman, Office Manager
The Educational Store