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Youth Parade Horses (Continued from Pago B 14) local horse and veterinary science 4-H clubs. She has served as a teen state horse show. show - “ m^l Scott Norris Somerset County. America Saddle bred yearling colt. single cart. Krista Lynn Haaly with her thoroughbred at the 4-H Horse Show. instructor at 4-H horse camp and as a county 4-H ambassador. Beckie was named Mercer Coun- ty’s Outstanding 4-H Girl in 1992. That same year Beckie was select ed a state winner in the Veterinary Science 4-H program area and won a sponsored trip to National 4-H Congress. In 1993, Beckie was selected Outstanding 4- H’er » If I Jennifer Paxson was a contestant at the recent state 4-H Horse Show. Corinne Stone, Boyertown Top Notch 4-H Equestrian, first place 4-H horse production, horse, Red Sonney Surprise. Krista Lyni. this year at the Horse Show. Miniature Horse this year, Bobbie Darr, Somer set County. HUKhytt JaHOW * State 4-H Horse Show Winner - Heather Hawkins, New Oxford, showed Snap To It to a first place spot in the Hunter Type Pony Two-Year Old Filly Class at the 1994 State 4-H Horse Show. Lancaster Farming, Saturday, January 28, 1995-815 in Pennsylvania, allowing her to attend the National 4-H Confer ence during the spring of 1994. She was member of the Mercer County 4-H Horse Judging Team that won the state 4-H contest in 1989 and 1994. She represented Pennsylvania very well at national horse judging contests this fall. She was also .a member of the sec- State 4-H Horse Show Winner - Brandi Cook, Hanover, showed Kb Precise Momint to a first place spot in the Half Arabian Filly of this year class at the 1994 State 4-H Horse Show. Holly Sanderson guides her ■1 Horse Show. Annie Wertz, Robesonia, Blue Ribbon Riders 4- H Club, with horse, L Steel Dancer Goliath, first place horse production. <gii . jp. Eqi tan, first place • hunter hack ponies, performance classes. ond place Hippology team in the 1990 state 4-H contest. Beckie has been successful in horse ring as well as having won four state 4-H championships. “This is the most prestigious award a 4-H horse club member can receive in Pennsylvania,” said Beth Lair, Mercer County 4-H Agent. “It takes a lot of hard work and many hours dedicated to 4-H. Beckie exemplifies how 4-H is beneficial to ybuth as well as their community.” Kerins is a 1992 graduate of Reynolds High School, Other awards were presented at the show, honoring 4-H horse club members throughout the state. Following is a list of other win ners.