|Comisford Recognizes 4-H for Soldier Tributes. . . .
|Sunbury Halter and
Saddle 4-H Club
Final 65th Anniversary Year Activities
by Suzanne Allen
On December 2, club members, advisors, and parents participated in the Sunbury Christmas Parade with their lighted horse on Jessica and Emma Haynesí family truck. Following the truck were members with miniature horses and project dogs along with parents and advisors.
December 4, was the year end Club Achievement Banquet at Berkshire Township Hall. After a pot luck supper, county pins and certificates were awarded to members.
The club will meet at the Berkshire Township Hall for the first 2018 meeting on February 6 when the members will make Valentines for a nursing home.
|Bill Comisford, president of the Big Walnut Area Historical Society, presented certificates to those members who participated in the Memorial Day and Veteransí Day soldier tributes to those soldiers of the Korea Police Action and Vietnam War buried in Burnside and Sunbury Cemeteries. The club presented a donation to the American Legion Post 457 to buy veteran flag holders.
|Club advisors, Kerri Edwards and Lisa Bauman, received their first year advisor pins; Terry Glassford, advisor for eight years; Kathy St. Jean, 28 years; Donna Morton and Suzanne Allen, 50 years.
|4-H medals were
presented to members for demonstrating showmanship of their
projects. Those awarded medals were Jonathan, Joel, Lily, and Lena
Bauman; Adriana James; Maura Flanagan; Brandon Edwards; Emma and
Jessica Haynes; Jocie and Olivia Cardi; Madison Laughery; Kelsey
Clarkson; Dylan Delany; Gage Price; Leah and Lily Hohenbrink; Caleb
Chiemelewski; Emma Blair; Avery McEnally; Alexis Giraud; Katrianna
Wheeler; Tara, Tyler, and Trevor Shuster; Evelyn Sarle; Abby and
Hannah Risoya. Advisor medals went to Kathy St.Jean, Kerri Edwards,
Lisa Bauman, Terry Glassford, and Suzanne Allen. A medal was
presented to Lenny Lepola for his many years of club photographs and
Sunbury News articles on club events.
|The group presented a card to club alumnus, Kevin St. Jean, who recovered from his long illness and hospital stay. A planter from the club was sent to him during his hospital stay. The group welcomed him back to club events.
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