Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, October 22, 1994, Image 52

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    820-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, October 22, 1994
Thomasville Named Outstanding York 4-H Club
Joyce Bupp, York Co.
BAIR (York Co.) Member
involvement with a local program
for children in abusive family sit
uations won outstanding recogni
tion for the Thomasville Com
munity Club during the York
County 4-H Achievement
Awards program. The annual
recognition ceremony was held
October 6 at the 4-H Center.
As part of the 4-H Club’s com
munity service and outreach, the
two dozen members of the
Thomasville group provide pro
grams and sharing activities at the
Lehman Center of York. The
Lehman Center offers counseling
for abusive and potentially abu
sive family situations. For the
past five years, club members
have spent at least two evenings
annually with children ranging in
age from infants through early
teens, whose parents are participat
ing in Lehman Center counseling.
Thomasville Community 4-H Club was named the 1994
York County outstanding club. On hand to collectively
accept the award were, from left, seated with plaque,
Nicole Rauhauser and Valerie Gohn; kneeling, Denise
Lauer, club president, Alicia Gohn and Kristina Gable, and
back: adult leaders Mike Lauer, Elaine Lauer, Angie
Rauhauser and Helen Horn.
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“Our kids wanted to do some
thing to help other kids,” said
Helen Horn, an adult leader of the
Thomasville 4-H organization.
“And it’s also parents helping other
parents, through their children.”
“We do things like Easter egg
hunts, and bring Santa Claus with
small gifts, have games and
crafts, petting zoos, and we
always provide snacks,” explains
club president Denise Lauer,
Spring Grove. “The kids know
that when we come, we always
bring something for them to eat
and they look forward to that.”
Six York County 4-H mem
bers were named outstanding
winners for their leadership and
program participation. Each
received a $5O savings bond and
trophy of recognition.
Senior outstanding 4-H mem
bers were Cindy Dehoff and
Denise Lauer. Outstanding junior
girl and boy were Beth Baer and
Lucas Kraft. Named outstanding
rookies were Kelly Jo Bankert
and Matthew Luckenbaugh.
Special recognition also went
to outstanding officers of county
4-H clubs. Beth Baer, Glen Rock
Community Club, was honored as
outstanding historian and Joy
Butter, Wellsville Boots and
Saddles Club, the outstanding sec
retary. Outstanding news reporter
award went to Heather Bankert,
Winterstown Community Club,
and Kristina Gable, Thomasville
Community Club, was named the
outstanding treasurer.
Eleven senior 4-H members
were named project award win
ners. In the Beef project, Jason
Baer was the winner, and Amy
Trowbridge, runnerup. Clothing
and Textiles award went to
Tammy Dise, with Amy Disc the
runnerup. Kelly Beard and Chris
Bosley were the winner and run
nerup in leisure education. Also,
Denise Lauer, food preservation;
Sabrina Asper, horse; Elizabeth
Kann, photography; Lillian
Eddinger, rabbit; and Cindy
Dehoff, recreation.
In the junior division, 4-H pro
ject awards were for achievement,
Ben Leese; aquatic science,
Melissa Stough; capon, Jessica
Klock, and Kelly Jo Banked, run
nerup; child development, Abbie
Lease and Heather Banked, run
nerup; clothing and textiles,
Emily Banked, and runnersup
Megan Banked and Breanna
Brown; foods and nutrition,
Mandy Brown and runnerup
Brandy Banked; goat, Andrea
Craun; horse, Danielle Howell
and runnerup Greg Daugherty;
leisure education, Gabrielle
Dissinger and Jeremy Myers, run
nerup; market lambs, Paul
Kitzmiller and runnerup, Lindsay
Jones; and pet care, Beth Baer and
runnerup. Matt Luckenbaugh.
Adult leader Gordon Shive,
Seven Valleys, was .honored for
30 years of leadership service to
the York County 4-H program.
Shive’s leadership activities
include the county Beef Club and
serving on the 4-H Center board
of directors.
Recognized for 15 years of ser
vice were Maryanne Brenneman,
Stoverstown club; Pearl Kneller,
Jefferson; Richard Rishel, Glen
Rock; Anna Shermeyer,
Davidsburg and the 4-H Center
board; Kathleen Church, shooting
spots, and Dale Myers, beef.
Ten-year 4-H leadership recog
nition went to: Michael Bankert,
meats judging coach; John Fisher,
shooting spots; Beverly Hoover,
Thomasville; Arietta Knox, echo-
ing hoofbeats; Rebecca Naylor, Elizabeth Tawser, Mockingbird
Easter Seals and 4-H HRH; HRH.
Shirley Trimmer, Central Dairy;
Pamela Weisman, Saddle Up Featured speaker for the
HRH and Silver Spurs; Marcelene awards program was Rev. Christy
Douglas, Geraldine Hedrick and Waltersdorff, a York County 4-H
Ina Kilgore, Airville; Melvin alumnus and minister for the
Marks, Airville Milk and Money; Church of the Brethren.
Honored during the York 4-H Achievement were, from
left, Heather Bankert, outetanding treaeurer, Cindy
Dehoff, outetanding eanior 4-H member, Krietina Gable,
outetanding newe reporter, and Deniee Lauer, outetand
ing eanior 4-H member.
Outetanding award winnere at the York 4-H
Achievement program included, from left, Matt
Luckenbaugh, rookie boy, Beth Baer, outetanding junior
girl and outetanding hiatorlan, Lucas Kraft, outstanding
junior boy and Kelly Jo Bankert, rookie girl.
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Societies $
Oarlzc C/'VVAfI/ J term ' A * so name d were the various
DCIKd j I committees for the same term. Six-
Martha Levan, Oley, was host- teen members were in attendance,
ess for the September meeting of Farm Women’s Day was cele-
Berks County Society of Farm brated by the group as “Ladies’
Women Group 1, at which time the Night Out” on October 12 at 6:30
nominating committee announced p.m. with dinner and business
the names of the nominees for the meeting at the Country Manor,
group’s officers for the coming Temple.