The Norman Transcript


September 8, 2013

4-H’ers celebrate achievements



The Special Project Awards are presented to 4-H members who have excelled in a project area during the past year. These awards began with the 4-H Agriculture Awards which are sponsored by Sid and Shirley Calvert and were received by Conrad Moffat, Giovanna Riggs, and McKay Bronn.

The Personal Development Award sponsored by Carl and Mary Sue Sanders were received by Timothy Whitehead, Karina Feng, Annie Bragg and Kaylee Young. Family Consumer Science Awards are sponsored by Michelle Landolt and were received by Alexys Hyde, Elizabeth Morrow, Connor Young and Patrick Schrank. Burns and Stowers PC sponsored the Conservation of Natural Resources Awards and were presented to Nicholas Lampman, Magnolia Ireland, Braden Young and Jennifer Jones.

The Safety Award sponsored by Marilyn Brockhaus was received by Gabby Bettes, Elly Rex, Pranshu Adhikari and Jessica Morrow. Oklahoma Electric Coop sponsored the Electric Award and was presented to Rachel Martin, Rachel Lewis and Kyla Lewis.

The Focus Area Awards recognize work completed by a member in each of the state 4-H program areas. Health and Wellness award given by Isobel Knoepfli was received by Annie Bragg of Norman. Sarah Soell sponsored the Family Strengths Award which was given to Kaylee Young of Norman.

Patrick Schrank of Norman as the winner of the Science and Technology Award was sponsored by Ron Coulter. Joann Oliver sponsored the Conservation and Natural Resources Award which was given to Connor Young of Norman.

Several 4-H’ers received gate signs sponsored by the Mappes Family. Individual club medals were sponsored by: Vernon and Gene McKown of Ideal Homes and the Brockhaus Family. The William J. Danforth Award went to Lauren Schrank of Norman and McKay Bronn of Lexington.

The Jewell Griffin Award and State Citation Award were given to Jennifer Jones for her achievement in winning a Level 1 State Record Book. Rep. Josh Cockroft was present to present Jennifer with her state citation. Other state winners included Kyla Lewis and Emily Morrow both winning scholarships.

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