Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

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July 19, 2013

4-H 10-year members profiled

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Parents: Scott and Renee Huffman

Club: Pierceville Haypals

Major projects: Foods, rabbits and public speaking

Favorite projects: Sheep and rabbits

Future plans: Attend Indiana State University to study business and Spanish

Andrew Knueven

Parents: Bill and Bev Knueven

Club: Faithful Workers

Future plans: Andrew decided to serve our country and left for Army training in late June

Abbie Krieg

Parents: Dwight and Laurie Krieg

Club: Busy Bees

Major projects: Foods, needlecraft and goats

Favorite project: Goats

Future plans: Attend Ball State University to major in nursing

Emily Meer

Parents: Joe and Jennifer Meer

Club: Busy Bees

Major projects: Fine arts, foods and food preservation

Favorite project: Fine arts

Future plans: Attend Ball State University to major in architecture and minor in Spanish

Matthew Merkel

Parents: Phillip Merkel and Becky Moore

Club: Independent

Major projects: Shooting sports, poultry, gardening and potato

Favorite project: Shooting sports

Future plans: Attend trade school and finish diesel training

Katilyn Miller

Parents: Jerry and Ceil Miller

Club: Busy Bees

Major projects: Foods, horse and pony, forestry, photography and sheep

Favorite project: Horse and pony

Future plans: Attend the University of Southern Indiana to major in premedicine, then go on to med school to become a psychiatrist

Kayla Mills

Parents: Tim and Rosanne Mills

Club: Country Critters

Major projects: Swine, foods, consumer clothing, photography, collections and scrapbooking

Favorite project: Swine

Future plans: Attend the University of Indianapolis to become a registered nurse

Colt Narwold

Parents: Wade and Ann Narwold

Club: Country Kids

Major projects: Welding, shooting sports, Junior Leaders, collections, models, dogs, wood science and photography

Favorite project: Junior Leaders

Future plans: Attend the University of Northwestern Ohio to study ag mechanics and ag business

Josh Nuhring

Parents: Russell and Ann Nuhring

Club: Country Kids

Major projects: Swine, beef, woodworking and sheep

Favorite project: Beef

Future plans: Attend Vincennes University to study criminal justice

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