Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

July 12, 2013

Franklin County 4-H'ers reach milestone

Twenty-three Franklin County 4-H’ers have achieved the milestone of becoming 10-year members:

Cailyn Abernathy

Parents: Steve and Regan Abernathy

School: 2013 Talawanda High School graduate

4-H club: Horse and Pony Mustangers 4-H Club

Favorite projects: Horse and pony, rabbits, basketry, pets and Junior Leaders

Future plans: To attend Miami Hamilton to study accounting and horse training

Renee Brehm

Parents: Jeff and Rosa Brehm

School: 2013 homeschool graduate

4-H club: Rockdale Ranchers 4-H Club

Favorite projects: Shooting sports - shotgun, swine, recycling and heritage and architecture

Future plans: To attend Midwest Culinary Institute at Cincinnati State and own a restaurant in Mount Carmel

Kaylee Buckler

Parents: Ron and Kim Buckler

School: 2013 Union County High School graduate

4-H club: Whitcomb Boosters 4-H Club

Favorite projects: Scrapbooking, swine, rabbits, poultry and microwave foods

Future plans: To attend Ivy Tech Community College and study early childhood education

Matthew Cox

Parents: Curt and Sandra Cox

School: 2013 Franklin County High School graduate

4-H club: Brookville Lakers 4-H Club

Favorite projects: Pottery and photography

Future plans: To attend Indiana University East to major in history and minor in psychology and music

Ellen Goins

Parents: Jon and Jean Goins

School: 2013 Franklin County High School graduate

4-H club: East Franklin Flyers 4-H Club

Favorite projects: Scrapbooking, foods and basketry

Future plans: To attend the College of Mount St. Joseph to study nursing

Tali Hunt

Parents: Tracy and Janie Hunt

School: 2013 Franklin County High School graduate

4-H club: Whitcomb Boosters 4-H Club

Favorite project: Basketry

Future plans: To attend Miami University to study journalism

Aaron Kaiser

Parents: Paul and Roseanne Kaiser

School: 2013 Franklin County High School graduate

4-H club: East Franklin Flyers 4-H Club

Favorite projects: Pencil fine arts, swine and ceramics

Future plans: To attend Purdue University to study computer engineering

Jamie Kerr

Parents: Jon and Lynn Kerr

School: 2013 Franklin County High School graduate

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