Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

July 12, 2013

Franklin County 4-H'ers reach milestone

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

Favorite projects: Swine, sheep and cake decorating

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

Katie McIntyre

Parents: Jeff and Tenia McIntyre

School: 2013 Franklin County High School graduate

4-H club: Blooming Grove Tigers 4-H Club

Favorite projects: Photography and basketry

Future plans: To attend college

Logan Meier

Parents: Joe and Sharon Meier

School: 2013 Franklin County High School graduate

4-H club: Brookville Lakers 4-H Club

Favorite projects: Woodworking and collections

Future plans: To continue working as a machinist at Clippard Instrument Laboratory

Luke Meyer

Parents: Eugene and Karen Meyer

School: 2013 Franklin County High School graduate

4-H club: Whitcomb Boosters 4-H Club

Favorite projects: Model building, corn and swine

Future plans: To attend Indiana University to study optometry

Melody Montag

Parents: Jeff and Robin Montag

School: 2013 Franklin County High School graduate

4-H club: Highland Hoosiers 4-H Club

Favorite project: Photography

Future plans: To attend Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, major in biology and become a pediatric nurse

Wyatt Murray

Parents: Dwayne and Holly Murray

School: 2013 Franklin County High School graduate

4-H club: Whitcomb Boosters 4-H Club

Favorite projects: Aerospace and talent

Future plans: To attend Northern Kentucky University to study pre-med biochemistry, go to medical school and live as a medical missionary

Hunter Nobbe

Parents: Brian and Stacey Nobbe

School: 2013 Franklin County High School graduate

4-H club: Brookville Lakers 4-H Club

Favorite projects: Photography, basketry and pottery

Future plans: To attend Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis to study business management and international business and work in the automotive industry with General Motors, Chrysler or Ford

Joshua Sampson

Parents: David and Gayle Sampson

School: 2013 Franklin County High School graduate

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

Favorite projects: Beef, photography, home environment and collections

Future plans: To attend college for an agriculture degree

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