Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, May 01, 1993, Image 26

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    MMancaatar Farming, Saturday, May 1,1993
Lentz Becomes
Show Manager
STATE COLLEGE (Centre Co.) More than six
hours of competition unfolded in the Ag Arena last Satur-
Raney of the Pennsylvania Holstein Association
on being the Overall Chairman of a very suc
cessful 1992 Nlttany Lion Fall Classic Sale.
Intermediate showman and Jodi Gill was named
Reserve Champion Intermediate Showman.
gulshed Alumnus of the Department of Dairy and
Animal Science. Dr. Stanley Curtis, Department
Head, presents him with a statuette of the Nit*
tany Lion.
>iry pre
sents a pen set to Beth Ann Cooley of Allen
wood, In appreciation of her work as chairman of
the 1992 Cheesebox Sale.
Overall Champion
day when the Penn State Daily Science Club hosted its
68th Dairy Exposition.
More than 40 dairy cows were paraded before judges
and spectators competing in amateur, intermediate, and
Showman honors and Meg Willis was Reserve
Champion amateur Showman.
lon Professional Showman and Reserve Champ
ion Professional Showman on their way to
receiving Grand Champion and Reserve Grand
Champion Showman honors, respectively.
km Amateur Fitter honors.
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tulatc Receive Overall Champion Dwight Stoltz
fus and David Lentz, Overall Expo Champion,
after the competition.
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Matthew Wanner on Doing namod tho Penn State
representative in the Dairy Shrine Student Rec
ognition Program.
Eopechlno presents Donald Welk, Jr. with the
Outstanding Young Dairyman Award.
The William R. Davay Award la glvan annually
to a aanlor In Dairy Sclanca who excels In leader
ship, activities and scholarship. Terri Packard,
the 1993 recipient, Is congratulated by last year’s
winner Angle Bollinger, right.
The 68th Penn State Dairy Expo was dedicated
to Dr. Albert Barnett, owner Laurel Highlands
Animal Hospital. Dairy Science Club President
David Lentz presents Dr. Barnett with a statuette
of the Nlttany Lion.