Awards, recognition for 4-H’ers

The Anoka County 4-H graduation and scholarship ceremony took place at the Anoka County Fair July 27.

Thirty-six 4-H members from the Anoka County 4-H Program graduated and are equipped to use the leadership and life skills they acquired through 4-H as they move on to higher education, enter the workforce or both.

Seventeen graduates attended the 2014 4-H graduation and scholarship ceremony. Submitted photo

Seventeen graduates attended the 2014 4-H graduation and scholarship ceremony. Submitted photo

Graduates are Adriana Anderson (Cedar, independent 4-H member); Grace Bell (Oak Grove, Wranglers 4-H Club); Josie Burton (Coon Rapids, Spunky Spelunkers 4-H Club); Michaela Dowell (Forest Lake, Columbus Cavaliers 4-H Club); Courtnie Dritz (Fridley, Loganberries 4-H Club); Claire Gonsales (Cedar, Wranglers 4-H Club); Alexandra Gonsalves (Andover, Wranglers 4-H Club); Sabrina Haben (Ramsey, Wranglers 4-H Club); Annaliese Heinicke (Anoka, Anoka Northern Star 4-H Club); Monica Jenson (East Bethel, Wranglers 4-H Club); Alissa Johnson (East Bethel, Whistling Workers 4-H Club); Erin Kettler (Columbus, Columbus Cavaliers 4-H Club); Lauren Kluthe (Mounds View, independent 4-H member); Nicholas Kostick (Ham Lake, independent 4-H member); Autumn Lefever (Isanti, independent 4-H member); Ann Lokke (Cedar, Cloverleaf 4-H Club); Deveny Miles (East Bethel, independent 4-H member); Alexandra Nelson (Andover, Wranglers 4-H Club); Rachel Pederson (Blaine, Lino Lakers 4-H Club); Saranda Oestreicher (Ramsey, independent 4-H member); Savannah Picotte (Anoka, Wranglers 4-H Club); Rebecca Piersdorf (Forest Lake, Columbus Cavaliers 4-H Club); Kayla Plaisance (East Bethel, independent 4-H member); Michael Polnaszek (Andover, Cloverleaf 4-H Club); Hanna Post (Columbus, Columbus Cavaliers 4-H Club); Aaron Provance (Ramsey, independent 4-H member); Dana Riebe (Isanti, Cloverleaf 4-H Club); Angela Rouch (Coon Rapids, Lamplighters 4-H Club); Rebecca Schesso (Cedar, Spunky Spelunkers 4-H Club); Lauren Skogquist (Elk River, Cloverleaf 4-H Club); Bailey Stack (Circle Pines, Lino Lakers 4-H Club); Garrett Tegg (Anoka, independent 4-H member); Jessica Torok (East Bethel, independent 4-H member); Joshua Torok (East Bethel, independent 4-H member); Michaela Wagner (East Bethel, independent 4-H member); and Adam Whitt (Cedar, Spunky Spelunkers 4-H Club).

Scholarships were also awarded at the ceremony. This year’s Amber Boyd Memorial Scholarship (awarded to an active 4-H member who has demonstrated leadership and achievement skills within the horse project) was awarded to Claire Gonsales.

Youth Education Scholarships are awarded each year to active 4-H members who have demonstrated leadership and achievement skills in many aspects of the county program. This year’s winners included Courtnie Dritz, Deveny Miles, Bailey Stack, and Jessica Torok.

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