Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

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July 19, 2013

4-H 10-year members profiled


Russell Pitts

Parents: Steven and Donna Pitts

Club: Pierceville Haypals

Major projects: Beef, corn, photography, hay, shooting sports and compact tractor

Favorite project: Corn

Future plans: Attend Purdue University and major in crop science

Crista Roberts

Parents: Bill and Debbie Roberts

Club: Independent

Major projects: Swine

Favorite project: Swine

Future plans: Attend IUPUI and study physical therapy

Emily Schebler

Parents: Rob and Marta Schebler

Club: Busy Bees

Major projects: Swine, foods, food preservation, rabbits and goats

Favorite project: Goats

Future plans: Attending the Ball State University Honors College and major in political science

Paige Simon

Parents: Michael and Janice Simon

Club: Napoleon 4-H Country Club

Major projects: Foods, photography and rabbits

Favorite project: Foods

Future plans: Attend Indiana State University and major in business or special education

Matt Strimple

Parents: Rex and Brenda Strimple

Club: Friendly 4-H’ers

Major projects: Welding, gardening, geology and shooting sports

Favorite project: Welding

Future plans: Attend Hobart Institute of Welding Technology

Hannah Thompson

Parents: Allan and Faith Thompson

Club: Pierceville Haypals

Major projects: Dairy goat, meat goat, dairy cow, poultry, sewing, photography, cat and fine arts

Favorite project: Photography

Future plans: Attend Indiana University for English education. She plans to do her student teaching in Australia with the IU Cultural Immersion Program. She would like to become a university professor.

Maria Voss

Parents: David and Shelli Voss

Club: Pierceville Haypals

Major projects: Goats, foods and rabbits

Favorite project: Rabbits

Future plans: Attend the University of Indianapolis to pursue a degree in nursing

Jessica Wagner

Parents: Rob and Linda Wagner

Club: Busy Bees

Major projects: Photography and foods

Favorite project: Salon prints

Future plans: Attend Anderson University and major in social work

Rebecca Weber

Parents: Michael and Deb Weber

Club: Faithful Workers

Major projects: Rabbits and photography

Favorite project: Rabbits

Future plans: Attend Ball State University to either become an accountant or teacher

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