Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

July 17, 2012

Franklin County 4-H 10-year members profiled

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Chelsea Howell

Parents: Brad and Debbie Howell

School: 2012 Franklin County High School graduate

4-H club: East Franklin Flyers

Favorite projects: Sheep, goats, scrapbooking and floriculture

Achievements: 2010 Showman of Showmen; 2011 fair queen court first runner-up; and sheep, goats and floriculture grand champion

Activities: Showing sheep and goats, playing soccer and tennis and hanging out with friends and family

Future plans: To attend Franklin College to major in public relations and play tennis

 

Amanda Kaiser

Parents: David and Cindy Kaiser

School: 2012 Franklin County High School graduate

4-H club: East Franklin Flyers

Favorite projects: Basketry, swine and foods

Achievements: 2004 swine junior showmanship, 2007 junior fashion revue grand champion and 2011 consumer clothing and foods grand champion Activities: National Honor Society; Academic Hall of Fame; highest honor roll; playing basketball, volleyball and tennis; swimming; and outdoor activities

Future plans: Attending Indiana University and majoring in health administration

 

Kaitlyn Kerr

Parents: Gary and Rhonda Kerr

School: 2012 Franklin County High School graduate

4-H club: East Franklin Flyers

Favorite projects: Basketry, goats and sheep

Achievements: Winning the 2011 grand champion dairy wether, which was in memory of her brother, Kyle Kerr

Activities: Playing basketball and soccer and spending time with family and friends

Future plans: To attend Hanover College and major in exercise science

 

Caroline Koester

Parents: Jeff and Diana Koester

School: 2012 Franklin County High School graduate

4-H club: Blooming Grove Tigers

Favorite projects: Photography, sewing and fashion revue

Achievements: Sewing and fashion revue grand champion, fashion review Indiana State Fair finalist and many division champions and state fair entries

Activities: Playing basketball, running track, taking pictures, traveling, attending Indianapolis Colts games and boating

Future plans: To attend Butler University to pursue a career in pharmacy in hopes of becoming a pharmacist and performing research and bringing new drugs to the market

 

Ann Kuntz

Parents: Bill and Geraldine Kuntz

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