Twenty-seven Indiana County 4-H Horse Club members representing three clubs recently competed in the annual 4-H Horse Bowl contest. Horse Bowl is a competitive double elimination contest where team members answer questions on all aspects of the horse industry.
Brad and Dawn Trout, leaders of the Lucky Kids 4-H Club, were recently honored as Outstanding 4-H Leaders at the annual Southwest Regional Leaders Symposium in Indiana.
Indiana County 4-H members Mary Ann Ostach and Marshall Richardson recently made a trip to Atlanta, GA for the annual National 4-H Congress.
Nineteen 4-H members and four volunteer leaders exhibited Family Living and animal entries at the PA Farm Show.
Angela Moretti was recognized at the PA State Horse Show as the PA Outstanding Equine Member.
Twelve County 4-H members won awards in eighteen project areas at the annual Achievement Celebration on November 9.
Three Indiana County 4-H'ers were recognized as Outstanding Junior or Senior Members at the annual Achievement Celebration on November 9.
The Northern Dairy club recently made a significant donation to the Indiana County Community Action Program.
Two clubs in Indiana County have openings in their shooting sports divisions for new members.
4-H member Jesse Isenberg was recently given a high state honor at State 4-H Achievement Days.
Fourteen Indiana County 4-H members recently attended State 4-H Achievement Days at the University Park campus of Penn State, and brought home several big awards.
Fifteen Indiana County 4-H members competed, testing their skills in presentations, public speeches, impromptu speeches, and dramatic interpretations.
Eight Indiana County 4-H members participated in the Southwest Region 4-H Activity Day, taking home several awards.
Four Indiana County 4-H dairy club members qualify for the State Junior Dairy Show.
Several members from Indiana county went to the Ag Progress Days site recently near Penn State and had a wonderful educational experience learning about forestry and wildlife. Workshops at the event focused on tree identification, wildlife habitat, herpetology, and bird calls.
Campers are the Southwest Regional 4-H Camp had an unexpected visitor at a camp - a Pennsylvania black bear. The PA Game Commission was visiting camp to do a workshop, but happened to catch a nuisance bear that morning. They asked to bring the bear to camp to show campers how a bear is processed.
Nineteen Indiana County 4-H members were "Wild About The Outdoors" at the Southwest Regional 4-H Camp. AgChoice Farm Credit was a camp sponsor. Fixty-six campers were involved from seven counties.
Indiana County had the honor of three 4-H members being chosen to attend National 4-H Conference recently at the National 4-H Center.
Seventy-two Indiana County 4-H leaders were recently honored at a banquet sponsored by S&T Bank. Former Commissioner David Frick was given the Indiana County Friends to 4-H Award. Leaders pictured and honored for milestones in years of service were David McCoy and Mary and Anthony Miller. Karen Hack from the State 4-H Office was the keynote speaker.
Twenty-one Indiana County 4-H Horse Club members from three clubs competed in the annual Horse Bowl contest. Trailblazers Club won the junior division, and a combined team from Shawnee Riders and Sleepy Hollow won the senior division. Winning teams are pictured in the photo.