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July 17, 2013

Ten-year 4-H'ers to be honored

GOSHEN — Ten-year Elkhart County 4-H members will be honored during a ceremony Sunday at the grandstand stage. A dinner for the 4-H’ers will follow at 6 p.m. at the corporate tent.

Extension Educator Laurie Sula indicated that 174 members were on track to be 10-year 4-H’ers this year — one of the largest groups ever.

Ten-year 4-H’ers for 2013 include:

A — Joshua Abbs, Samantha Abel, Nicholas Adam, Linda Arnold, Veronica Awald

B — Nathan Bailey, Shannon Baker, Brett Baumgartner, Cole Beasy, Tyler Beasy, Olivia Begly, Kyla Bender, Stefanie Bergan, Melissa Berger, Jamie Bickel, Savannah Bley, Carly Bontrager, Taylor Books, Justin Bowers, Morgan Brew, Austin Buckles, Alexandria Burden, Eldon Burtsfield, Cassandra Butcher

C — Roxanne Charlwood, Dominic Christofeno, Jadon Chupp, Tyler Clark, Kathryn Colglazier, Jack Cox, Spencer Culp

D — Bailey Dahlgren, Brielle Deardorff, Gabrielle DeVito, Marshall Dillon, Benjamin Eash, Zachary Eash, Richard Easton, Chad Ervin, Monica Eshlema

F — Brynne Flickinger, Tierney Frey, Kimberly Fromer, Jacob Fry, Jessica Fry

G — Joshua Gardner, Coty Garris, Hannah Gaugler, Emily Gay, Kasey Gear, Heath Gerber, Tyler Gibson, Andrew Gingerich, Daniel Gongwer, Melissa Grahovac

H — Kaylin (Rain) Harrison, Nathan Hart, Allie Herkenroder, Abigail Hershberger, Wendellyn Hershberger, Lindsey Herwick, Kylie Hill, McKenzie Hochstedler, Zach Hochstedler, Jamin Hochstetler, Claire Holsopple, Troy Holtzinger, Joshua Hooley, Lindsay Hostetler

J — Destiny Jaskolka, Aaron Johnson

K — Ryan Kelly, Kaylee Kercher, Tiffany Kercher, Rene Kyle

L — Colin Leinbach, Margaret (Maggie) Lengacher, Ellen Line, Dillon Lockwood, Marissa Lorenz

M — Jesse Mack, Anna Magallanes, Alexander Mast, Amanda Mast, Tina Mast, Austin Maurer, Bria McCulloch, Erika Meranda, Bronson Metcalf, Jenna Mikel, Alexander Miller, Austin Miller, Jaron Miller, Katherine Miller, Susannah Mishler, Daniel Mohler, Chelsea Motts

N — Caleb Neel, Haley Neff, Nick Newcomer, Madeline Newell, Hadassah Nimtz, Caleb Noble

O — Brittany Olson, Madison Ortiz

P —Samantha Paul, Gregory Pendell, Brian Pluimer, Alexa Ponce, Brooke Potter, Dylon Price, Courtney Prough

Q —  Oma Quintana

R — Jodie Ramer, Moriah Randolph, Preston Reddell, Jorgen Reimer, Taylar Reitz, Tyler Resler, Patrick Rieth, Dylan Risser, Christopher Robbins, Haley Roberts, Kelsie Robison, Tyler Roebuck, Dustin Rolston-Stutzman, Kent Rosenberry

S — Paige Sager, Sarah Sark, Benjamin Savage, Jennifer Schrock, Rachel Schrock, Katelyn Sevy, Derek Sexton, Mary Shipley, Amanda Shoopman, Gregory Siberry, Monica Siberry, Vanessa Siberry, Nellie Sigsbee, Alexis Skillen, Malinda Slabaugh, Holly Smith, Kyle Smith, Kerynne Stealy, Jessica Stoll, Hanna Stump, Shawn Stump, Wendy Stump, Kylee Stutzman

T — Kavin Thomas, Ryan Thompson, Raina Troyer, Raygen Troyer, Riley Troyer, Julia Tyson

V — Emily Vanderveer, Cassie VanDiepenbos, Kenzie VanGoey

W — Sierra Walter, Keleigh Weaver, Kelsey Weinkauf, Hannah Whisler, Brandon Whitsit, Ashley Wiler, Brittany Wise, Crystal Wise, Lucy Woody-Vogel, Caitlin Worley

Y — Aaron Yoder, Javon Yoder, Preston Yoder, Elizabeth Yontz

Z — Kara Zollinger

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