State Council October Reports

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Council shows their "We Are" spirit on the field of Beaver Stadium.

Council shows their "We Are" spirit on the field of Beaver Stadium.

By Annah Burke
4-H State Council Reporter & Historian

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Andrea Repetz – Cumberland County, President

President Andrea Repetz has had an exciting month. For promotional events, she was able to attend the Cumberland County Achievement Banquet on October 8th and the Penn State Celebrate Ag Football Game October 13th. A personal accomplishment made by Andrea includes being very conscious of her mentality and practicing self-awareness as well as promoting National 4-H Week during her radio shift at Susquehanna University’s radio show- WQSU. Contacts made this month consist of Whitney Smith- New 4-H Educator in Cumberland County.

Julia Jumper - Westmoreland County, Vice President of Operations and Events

This past month Vice President of Operations and Events, Julia Jumper was able to represent State Council in numerous ways. She helped conduct one workshop on bean bracelets at Farm City Day on October 4th and gave one speech at the McKean County Achievement Night on her 4-H experiences on October 14th. For promotional events Julia was able to attend the Penn State Celebrate Ag Football Game on October 13th. One of Julia’s personal accomplishments was passing her midterm exams. Contacts made this month include the Pennsylvania Fair Queen, several county fair queens, and McKean County 4-H’ers.

Kayla Kimble - Clinton County, Vice President of Internal Affairs and Sentinel

Kayla Kimble has had a great month. For promotional events, Kayla attended the Penn State Celebrate Ag Football Game on October 13th. Two hours of community service was completed by participating in mare grooming at Penn State. One of Kayla’s personal accomplishments this month is surviving and passing her midterms.

Caroline Benfer - Union County, Secretary

Secretary Caroline Benfer was able to accomplish many things this past month. For promotional events, Caroline was able to spend time at The All-American Dairy Show September 17th as well as the Penn State Celebrate Ag Football Game October 13th. Community service was completed by helping with “Wood for Good” on October 6th, where students from Juniata College help cut wood to donate to people in the Huntington community to help heat their house in the coming winter months. A personal accomplishment this month includes successfully completing her mid-terms. A contact made includes Steve Logue- Giving Tuesday, Penn State College of Ag Sciences.

Annah Burke - Forest County, Reporter-Historian

Annah Burke has done many things this past month. She was able to attend the Penn State Celebrate Ag Football Game on October 13th for a promotional event. Approximately two hours of community service hours were completed by helping tutor other students at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. A few of Annah’s personal accomplishments include making it halfway through her midterms and having her intermural soccer team take second place overall during the fall league. Several Contacts made this month consist of Steve Logue- Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences, Deb Arner- East Forest School Principal, and 4-H members in attendance at the Celebrate Ag Game.