Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Local News

July 19, 2013

4-H 10-year members profiled

Twenty-nine Ripley County 4-H members have achieved the milestone of becoming 10-year members.

Stephen Bauman

Parents: Rick and Marcia Bauman

Club: Morris Shamrocks

Major projects: Swine and sheep

Favorite project: Swine

Future plans: Attend Ivy Tech Community College to study criminal justice

Kristin Belter

Parents: Gary and Carmen Belter

Club: Busy Bees

Major projects: Swine, scrapbooking and collections

Favorite project: Swine

Future plans: Attend Indiana State University to study nursing

Jacob Boles

Parents: Warren and Leslie Boles

Club: Hopewell Clover Bees

Major projects: Swine, sheep, cattle, public speaking and poultry

Favorite project: Swine

Future plans: Attend Defiance College, play collegiate soccer and earn a degree in secondary education-mathematics

Nichole Brown

Parents: Kevin and Becky Brown

Club: Napoleon 4-H Country Club

Major projects: Sheep and goats

Favorite project: Sheep

Future plans: Attend Franklin College with a major in chemistry and will play softball

Theresa Brunsman

Parents: William and Diana Brunsman

Club: Faithful Workers

Major projects: Fine Arts, Other Crafts, Foods, Needlecraft, and Child Development

Favorite project: Swine

Future plans: Attend Purdue University for English and acting. She plans on being a newspaper editor, writer and literary critic, as well as acting on the side.

Samantha Hansen

Parents: Matt and Jenny Hansen

Club: Country Critters

Major projects: Swine, scrapbooking and photography

Favorite project: Swine and beef

Future plans: Attend Indiana University Purdue University-Columbus for nursing

Joe Harlemert

Parents: Ron and Donna Harlemert

Club: Napoleon 4-H Country Club

Major projects: Swine, soybeans and compact tractor

Favorite project: swine

Future plans: Attend Indiana University Purdue University-Indianapolis for computer and information technology

Eric Hudepohl Jr.

Parents: Eric and Tonya Hudepohl

Club: Morris Shamrocks

Major projects: Shooting sports, aerospace and photography

Favorite project: Shooting sports and sports fishing

Future plans: Attend Ivy Tech Community College for a culinary arts degree

Katie Huffman

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