Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 06, 1995, Image 226

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    E22-Lancaster Farming, Friday, January 6, 1995
197 FFA’ers
To Receive
(Continued from Page E2O)
Jamie Harpster
Four-year State
College Little
Lions FFA member
Jamie Harpster in
tends to “work
with my father on
our dairy cow
farm, hopefully tak
ing it over some
day.” Jamie’s pa
rents are Tom and
Nancy Harpster, Pennsylvania Furnace,
Centre County. Jamie has completed dairy
goats, SAE on-farm, and other project
experience. In addition, Jamie has served
as chapter reporter and was honored with
several awards, including public speaking,
dairy production, diversified livestock
production, and specialty animal produc
tion. Jamie received the Chapter degree
and a bronze in state record keeping.
•The APR based on your state of residence is as follows AK 18% on first $1 000 ol balance 792%0n excess AR 792%
At CT PL LA MA ME MN MC NO PA ftl WA andWl-18% KS 18 96% on first 11 000 of balance 14 4% on excess
NE 18 96% on first 1500 of balance 18% on excess SC - 16 92% TX -17 64% WV - 18% on first 1750 of balance 12%
on excess DC and all other states —lB 96% Minimum finance charge is 150 for each billing cycle in which a finance charge is
payable (except for residents of AR CT DC HI ID KY LA MD NE NM NC ND OR and Rl)
/ Lawn & Garden Equipment ■—«
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Lowell A. Harris Jr.
Citrus sales, ban
quet, fair, public
relations, leader
ship, program of
activities, and in
volvement in other
committees were
some of activities
Lowell Harris part
icipated in during
his three years with
Central Columbia FFA. Lowell, 18, son of
Peter and Fran Drumin, Mifflinville, Col
umbia County, has served as chapter trea
surer and delegate. He received his Green
hand and Chapter Farmer degrees. Lowell
indicated he plans to attend college to
study autobody technology.
Travis Hartranft
forms the plans for
two-year Manheim
FFA member Tra
vis Hartranft. Tra
vis, 17, son of
Rick and Marilyn
Hartranft, Man
heim, Lancaster
County, is vice
president of his
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W 2 Q 95
chapter. He woiks for a plumbing and
heating contractor and is also working on a
local dairy farm. He received the silver
medal on the ag mechanics team in Kansas
City and has received his Greenhand and
Chapter degrees.
Aimee Hauck
College is in the
plans for four-year
Central Columbia
FFA member
Aimee Hauck.
Aimee, 17, daugh
ter of Brenda and
Donald Hauck,
Orangeville, Co
lumbia County,
served as chapter
secretary, vice president, and student
adviser. She served on various commit
tees, including citrus sales, banquet, prog
ram of activities, project PALS, fair, publ
ic speaking, and demonstration team. She
attended various conferences and prog
rams, including the National FFA Band,
leadership conferences, meats judging,
soil judging, parliamentary procedure,
summer convention, and Mid-Winter Con
vention. She has received the chapter scho
larship award and the Greenhand degree.
Matthew J. Hay
Matthew Hay plans to enroll in college
to become a physical therapist. Matthew,
17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vaugh Hay, Gar
rett, Somerset County, has served as Mey
ersdale Area FFA historian and reporter
and as county chaplain. Matthew has
served on the parent banquet, FFA
sweetheart, scrapbook, and flower bulb
committees. He received the GreenhauJ
and Chapter degrees.
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Local Representatives
Justin Hedrick
Justin Hedrick,
18, son of Dennis
and Geraldine Hed
rick, Delta, York
County, plans to
obtain a degree in
electrical engineer
ing. Justin, four
year Kennard-Dale
FFA member, has
served as chapter
president and chaplain and as county vice
president and chaplain. In addition, Justin
has participated in various contests,
including parliamentary procedure, land
judging, livestock judging, and project
books for swine finishing, work experi
ence, and capon production. He has
obtained the Greenhand, White Rose, and
Chapter degrees, and the Star Farmer and
Dekalb awards.
Joleen Herbert
Hans Herr Chap
ter President Jol»
Herbert plans
study for an asst
iates degree in aj
business at Pei
State. Joleen, 1
daughter of LuA.
Newswanger, Tei
Hill, Lancas
County, has shown
sheep for the past two years. She served on
the leadership and fruit sales committees.
Joleen has attended a number of confer
ences, including the Eastern Region Lead
ership Conference, Made For Excellence
Conference, State Legislative Leadership
Conference, and the Red Rose County
Leadership Conference. She received a
bronze medal as a member of the national
livestock team contest in 1993.
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