Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana


July 15, 2014

4-H members reach milestone

Nineteen Franklin County 4-H'ers have achieved the milestone of becoming 10-year members:

Elizabeth Bachus

Parents: Tom and Pam Bachus

School: 2014 Oldenburg Academy graduate

Club: Brookville Lakers

Favorite projects: Sewing and photography

Future plans: To attend Xavier University’s Nursing Program and specialize in pediatric nursing and then work with cleft lip/cleft palate babies and children

Paige Bowling

Parents: Michael and Julie Bowling

School: 2014 Franklin County High School graduate

Club: Udder Cream Gang

Favorite projects: Cake decorating and beef

Future plans: To attend Ivy Tech Community College to become a medical assistant

Jeremy DeFossett

Parents: Greg and Melissa DeFossett

School: 2014 Franklin County High School graduate

Club: Highland Hy-Flyers

Favorite project: Shooting sports

Future plans: To attend Indiana University to study computer science

Ryan Klusman

Parents: Darin and Rebecca Klusman

School: 2014 Franklin County High School graduate

Club: Laurel Willing Workers

Favorite projects: Photography, woodworking and goats

Future plans: To attend IU Bloomington this fall and one day attend medical school

Winston Kunkel

Parents: Greg and Laurie Kunkel

School: 2014 Franklin County High School graduate

Club: Highland Hy-Flyers

Favorite projects: Swine, wheat, potatoes, pencil drawing and gardening

Future plans: To live in the Cincinnati area and contribute to his community

Chelsea McClure

Parents: Tammy and Chad McClure

School: 2014 Franklin County High School graduate

Club: Blooming Grove Tigers

Favorite projects: Rabbits, chickens, goats, photography and microwave cooking

Future plans: To attend Ivy Tech to study child care

Jennifer Mersch

Parents: Jerry and Shari Mersch

School: Holy Family Academy homeschool graduate

Club: Whitcomb Boosters

Favorite projects: Basketry, pottery and pencil drawing

Future plans: To graduate from college in Virginia

Paul Noble

Parents: Brian and Linda Noble

School: Homeschool graduate

Club: Highland Hy-Flyers

Favorite projects: Basketry, poultry, photography and floriculture

Future plans: To attend college to study informatics

Allison Raible

Parents: Rick and Vickie Raible

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