Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 01, 1995, Image 54

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    816-Lancaster Farming,'Saturday, July 1,1995
4-H Camp
4-H Camp blazed a trail to the
O.K. Corral this summer. Over
night Camp was held at Camp Eder
near Fairfield, from June 12
through June 15, with 77 Adams
County 4-H members and 22 4-H
members from Franklin County
4-H members attended work
shops such as recreation, compara
tive judging, nature/wildlife, pup
petry, and crafts. Tuesday night
campers got the chance to put on
their boots and learn country line
dances. Wednesday brough cheer
and laughter with a special puppet
show involving each camper.
Thursday morning provided cam
pers with the opportunity to choose
an intensive workshop where they
could bake bread, learn about
horses, study stream quality, make
reed baskets or lest their accuracy
with shooting sports. 4-H Camp
ended with a special campfire
program where each
group performed skits
and commercials, pre
sented costumes, ban
ners and gifts and joined
for a candlelighting
Overnight 4-H camp
was conducted by coun
ty extension staff and
volunteers. 4-H teens
served as group counse
lors and workshop
counselors. Special
thanks go out to these 12
counselors and two
adults from Adams
County: Darryl Geb
hart, Cashtown; Kelly
Rockafellow. Littlcs
town; Matt Brown,
Cashtown; Andrea
Bodenberg, Gettysburg;
Matt Linebaugh, New
Oxford; Jess Dayhoff,
Gettysburg; Denise
Green, Gettysburg;
Malt Helm, Biglerville;
Mitchell Brannen,
Cashtown; Brad Black,
Aspers; Vicki O’Shea,
Cashtown; Heidi Miller,
New Oxford; Nichole
Bodenberg, Gettysburg;
Kim Funt, Arendtsville;
Sadie Bucher, New
Oxford; Sharon Baker,
Littlestown and Dan
Hoffman, Gettysburg.
York County 4-H Beef
The York County 4-H
Beef Club held its
monthly meeting June S
at Bair Station.
The York County 4-H
Fair will be held at the
4-H Center in Bair Sta
tion July 16 thru July 22.
The beef club will have
its Beef Show for the
first time at the new
exhibition center behind
the 4-H Center on July
22 starting at 7 a.m.
Discussion was held
on obtaining bark chips
for the show and if any
of the other livestock
clubs would participate.
President Jason Bair and
Jay Rishel will be look
ing into options, and
will be presented at the next meet
The next meeting will be a
Mceting/Picnic held at the 4-H
Center at 6 p.m. on Monday, July
10. Each family is to bring a dish to
pass and their own place settings.
Club will provide meat, rolls, and
condiments. If your last name
begins with any letter A-M, bring a
dessert; R-Y bring a hot dish or a
Remember to bring your note
book, project book, and pencil to
this meeting.
Upcoming events are York
County 4-H livestock judging con
test on July 6 at the 4-H Center
Livestock Exhibition Building and
State 4-H Days from July 25 - 27 at
Penn State main campus.
New members are always wel
come. If you are interested or want
more information, please call Lois
Rankin at the York County Penn
State Cooperative Extension,
(717) 840-7408.
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4-H Archery Camp Set
Warren County 4-H will be or
ganizing a three-day Archery
“Mini-Camp” this summer for
youth ages 10 - 18.
The mini-camp will be staged
on July 11-13 from 8 a.m.-noon
each day. The instructor will be
Sam Marek, Junior 4-H leader.
The purpose of the camp is to
develop die skills of beginning
archers and to strengthen the
shooting skills of youth who are
currently involved in archery.
According to Sanford Smith,
Warren County, extension agent,
“The camp is intended to be a con
tinuation of the basic skills devel
opment that many youth begin at
4-H camp or at a day camp.” The
camp will be staged at the Warren
Archery Club’s facilities outside
of Warren.
Equipment is not provided.
Youth are expected to have and
use their own equipment. How
ever, Warren County 4-H is cur
rently seeking donations of
used or new youth bows (15-20
pounds), either recurve or com
pound, to be used for instruction at
this and other 4-H day camps.
Willis Fair 4-H Show
May 20 at the Howard County
Fairground turned out to be a per
fect show day for everyone.
The Milking Shorthorns were
the top of the line. There were se
ven exhibitors and 14 head of cat
Intermediate heifer calf was
won by Heather Hines, senior
heifer calf was won by Adam Har
vey, junior yearling heifer was
won by Sherry Albaugh, and sec
ond place went to Heather Hines.
Third went to Kellie Burner.
Intermediate yearling was won
by Sherry Albaugh. Junior cham
pion Milking Shorthorn was won
by Heather Hines with Honey
Creek Princess Ida. Reserve
champion Milking Shorthorn was
won by Sherry Albaugh with
R.A.C.B. Sandy’s Rosemary.
Junior 2-year-old was won by
Heather Hines. Second was Adam
Theresa Inhof Crowns
(Continued from P*Qo BIS)
Dairy Judging Team, OJR
Orchestra and OJR Band. Erica
enjoys meeting new people and
making new friends.
Crystal, the daughter of Leßoy
and Sally Kolb of Spring City,
comes from a long line of dairy
farmers. This outgoing 13-year
old loves a challenge and looks
forward to new learning experi
ences. When not involved with her
own cows or the dairy industry,
you might find Crystal out practic
ing with the Owen J. Roberts track
Julie is the 13-year-old daught
er of David and Holly Sollenber
ger of Spring City, and owns her
own dairy cows. Her active
Harvey, and third, Jenny Miller.
Senior 2-year-old was won by
Shaima Smith. Dry cow was won
by Adam Harvey. Senior cham
pion Milking Shorthorn was Shan
na Smith with R.A.C.B. Promist
B.T. Promise. Reserve champion
was Adam Harvey with Horizon
K£. Kat Ex. Grand champion
was Shanna Smith and reserve
grand champion was Adam Har
Exhibitors were Sherry Al
baugh, Joshua Bentz, Kelly Bur
ner, Adam Harvey, Heather
Hines, Shanna Smith, and Jenny
seventh grade year at Owen J.
Roberts included 4-H, Guernsey
Quiz Bowl Team, band. Student
Council. “Just Say No!,” and
being teen leader in her youth
group. During her aunt’s reign as
Chester County Dairy Princess,
Julie really enjoyed helping to
promote dairy products around the
During the coronation, Karen
presented an informative speech
on osteoporosis to the audience of
family and well wishers. In the
coming year, she will attend a
training seminar and the Pennsyl
vania Dairy Princess Pageant in
September. Duties will include
visits to schools, store promotions,
civic groups, and farm meetings.