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DMjncamr Finning, Saturday, November 27,1993
LEWISBURG (Union Co.)
The Union County 4-H Advisory
Committee recently sponsored the
fourth annual 4-H Recognition
The 4-H members and leaders
were recognized for their achieve
ments and special accomplish
ments attained throughout the
1993 4-H year.
The evening consisted of many
awards being presented to the 4-H
members and leaders. The highest
individual honor was presented by
Ruth Zimmerman, Union County
commissioner, to Denise Long, an
8-year member of the Busy Bees
4-H Club. Denise was named the
1993 Outstanding 4-H Member.
To recognize the important role
that teens play in the Union Coun
ty 4-H Program, the Union County
4-H Advisory Committee each
year sponsors the Top Teen
Award. This year the Top Teen
Award was presented to Denise
Long of the Busy Bees 4-H Club.
The highest honor for a 4-H
Club to achieve is the Superclub
Award. This year’s winning club
was the My-T-Fine 4-H Club,
Leah Bingaman, 4-H leader.
Other top awards for 4-H mem
• Best of Show awards for
members with outstanding pro
jects at 4-H Round-Up - Isaac
Aeppli, Amy Croll, Chris Croll,
Heath Croll, Kristin Doebler, Jen-
Top Teen for Union County was awarded to Denise Long
by Natalie Ferry, Union County Extension Director.
4-H Agents Meet In Harrisburg
UNIVERSITY PARK (Centre
Co.) Key policy makers
exchanged views with 4-H leaders
at the annual meeting of the Pen
nsylvania Association of Exten
sion 4-H Agents (PAE4-HA). The
conference was held recently in
The event-focused on partner
ships between schools, universi
ties, and 4-H. Several state gov
ernment officials were on hand'to
address the agents and discuss
current educational issues, includ
ing outcome-based education,
diversity, public service activities
and preventing students from
dropping out of school.
“The conference was a great
chance for 4-H agents to develop a
dialogue with leaders in several
areas,” said Bruce Richards,
PAE4-HA past president and 4-H
agent in Philadelphia County.
“We shared information about our
respective programs and dis
cussed the potential for
Joseph F. Bard, commissioner
of elementary and secondary edu
cation in the Pennsylvania Depart
ment of Education, told the agents
that education comes from many
directions, not just school, and
noted the opportunities offered by
“Bard also discussed the shift to
Gower, Crystal Graham, Anita
Hauck, Alisha Kurtz, Denise
Long, Ben Messimer, Tiffany My
ers. Jolene Nunn, Tim Reichaid,
Jennifer Rishel, Rachael Scheck
ter, Sean Snoddy, Liesl Snyder,
Sheila Spangler, Adam Wolfe, Ja
son Wolfe and Jeremy Wolfe.
• Officer awards recognized the
efforts of 4-H club officers, in
cluding President Amy Croll,
Vice President Holly Reichard,
Treasurer Timothy Reichard, Se
cretary Matthew Gower, Social
Chairman Melissa Reichaid, and
News Reporter Chris Croll.
• Junior Blue Forms recognizes
members, age 7-13 for their in
volvement in 4-H: first-year mem
bers - Ist, Cary Hoffman; 2nd,
Christa Chappell; 3rd, Caroline
Servinsky; Honorable Mention,
Amy Chappell; second-year mem
bers - Ist, Emily Folk; 2nd, Sean
Snoddy; 3rd, Chad Martin; Hon
orable Mention, Adam Wolfe;
third-year members - Ist, Kathryn
Hockenbeny; 2nd, Grace Hocken
beny; 3rd, Laura Hess; Honorable
Mention, Leslie Kenamond, Carla
Mapes, Juliana Brafa; fourth-year
members - Ist, Justin Spangler;
2nd, Sandra Beck; 3rd, Denae
Johnson; fifth-year members - Ist,
Chris Croll; 2nd, Amy Croll; 3rd,
Priscilla Michaels; Honorable
Mention. Katy Troester, Michelle
Hackman; and seventh-year mem
bers - Ist, Wendy Roush.
a ‘knowledge-based’ educational
system,” said Richards. “Students
now must acquire certain skills
and knowledge before graduating.
The old ‘time-based’ system only
measured the hours students spent
on a subject.”
Bard then joined Ellis Griffith,
superintendent of the Juniata Val
ley School District, Dr. Donald
Evans, assistant dean for exten
sion in Penn Slate’s College of
Agricultural Sciences, and 4-H
agents Roxanne Price and Zoann
Parker for a panel discussion on
Former state representative
Sam Hayes, on hand to receive the
1993 National and State 4-H
Alumni Honoree awards, cited his
4-H experiences as fundamental to
his personal development During
the last part of Monday’s session,
the agents received a letter of sup
port from Vice President A 1 Gore,
who hailed PAE4-HA’s leader
ship in providing dynamic youth
John Briscoe, director of Pen
n Serve, brought 10 adult volun
teers and nearly 20 youth to dis
cuss “service-learning” projects in
their community. "Helping the
community while learning some
thing is the educational focus of
PennServc,” said Richards. “For
instance, die students related how
Holds 4-H Event
Members of the My-T-Flne union County 4-H Club receive a Community Service
award from Guy Temple, Extension Agent In charge of Community Development.
Members present are: Sandra Beck, Sara Beck, Benjamin Messlmer, and Jolene
• National awards to senior
members, age 14-19, as part of the
National 4-H Awards Program -
Sarah Beck, Matthew Christ, Jo
lene Nunn, Liesl Snyder, Amy
Troester, Jason Wolfe.
• Community Service Award
was presented to the top 4-H club
making an entry to the Milton De
laney Award or Northeast Region
al Community Development
Award. This year’s winner was
the Green Pride 4-H Club - Carol
Nunn, 4-H Leader.
Teens recognized for their com
pletion of the 4-H Teen Leader
Project were Sarah Beck, Heath
Croll, Anita Hauck, Denise Long,
Jolene Nunn, Emma Renninger,
Jennifer Rishel, and Liesl Snyder.
4-H Leaders who were recog
nized for their years of dedication
and service were Ist year - Caro
lyn Bingaman, Grade Burdick,
Nancy Kenamond; sth year - Bon
nie Conrad, Peg Doebler, Anna
Wolfe; 10th year - David Show
ers; and 15 year - Cindy Bilger,
visiting local elderly residence
homes helped them learn about
James Buckheit, coordinator of
dropout prevention programs in
the state, then led a workshop on
how 4-H agents can develop prog
rams with the Department of Edu
cation. During lunch, Boyd Wolff,
Pennsylvania secretary of agricul
ture, highlighted his agency’s
commitment to 4-H. He discussed
his family’s active participation in
4-H and recalled visits to success
ful 4-H programs across the
Lt Governor Mark S. Singel
also addressed the association.
“He stressed that educational
reform can no longer be delegated
to schools and teachers and
praised 4-H for helping youth to
leant skills and value education,”
Ricki Leal, president-elect of
the National Association of Exten
sion 4-H Agents, concluded the
conference by discussing the
importance of professional deve
lopment in a 4-H agent’s care?.
She urged Pennsylvania agents to
assume leadership roles.
Commissioner Ruth Zimmerman presented the 1993
Outstanding 4-H’er Award to this year’s recipient, Denise
Long. Denise also received the 1993 Top Teen Award. She
Is a member of the Busy Bees 4-H Club.
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1939 JD A. #482749, good
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1947 JD G, good paint, de
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1981 Ford 3600 diesel
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4500 watt generator w/Shp
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6HP economy hit or miss
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1 JD 210 C Backhoe
(2) 3300 gas combines, 13'
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loader bucket chains, 400
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flex Rhino mower, good
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