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Champs parade thru 4-H fair

July 15, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County’s 4-H Fair held its Parade of Champions Sunday.

The event highlights participants who have excelled in the 4-H program.

Ten-year project Reserve Champion was awarded to Jackie Leeuw. The Champion was Tiffany Schuman.

Tenure award winners were Haylee Gardner and Tiffany Schuman. This award recognizes 4-Hers for their achievement and tenure in 4-H.

Other awards included:

•B.V. Award — Jessica Weitfield.
•Hester Adams Award — Danielle Oliver and Jared Lamle.
•Jim Teghtemeyer Award — Jared Lamle
•4-H Helping Hands Endowment award — Evan VanHouten, Amelia Roman and Isaiah Kreider.
•Whitley County Homemakers Award — Amelia Roman
•Hoffman Family Award — Colton Geiger.

4-H Parade results

Launching the fair was a parade held Friday evening. The following entries were awarded for their participation in the parade:

Float category

•Thorncreek Northern Stars — first place
•Union Sodbuster — second place
•Etna Troy Hustlers — third place
•Washington 4-H Busters ­— fourth place
•Cleveland Showman — fifth place

Walking category

•Mini 4-H ­ — first place
•Junior Leaders — second place

Non float category

•Smith Worker Bees — first place
•Etna Troy Willing Hearts — second place
•Horse and Pony — third place

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