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September 8, 2013

4-H’ers celebrate achievements

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NORMAN —

Braden Young was honored as one of the 10 selected from across the country to attend and participate in a youth hunt later this year through the Quality Deer Management Association. Kaylee Young was recognized for accomplishments this past year by being chosen as a distinguished finalist for the Prudential Spirit Community Award.

The Patsy Hansmeyer Memorial Award sponsored by the Mappes Family was presented to Jessica Morrow. The George Zabawa Memorial Award sponsored by the Zabawa Family was awarded to Karina Feng.

Jerry and Elizabeth Loeffelholz sponsored the 4-H Volunteer of Year Award, which was given to Carol Doner. The Lifetime volunteer award for the Cleveland County sponsored by Sam and Glenna Ott was presented to Tammy Swenson.

Junior Record Book Awards are sponsored by Sarah Soell and Brenda Hill. This year’s winners are: First year: Alexys Hyde and Elly Rex; second year: Conrad Moffat and Nicholas Lampman; third year: Elizabeth Morrow and Karina Feng; and fifth year: Connor Young and Annie Bragg.

The New Hope Home and Community Education Group sponsored $25 each toward the Outstanding Junior Member Awards, which were awarded to Karina Feng, Annie Bragg, Connor Young, and Nicholas Lampman.

The Moffat Family sponsored the Senior Record Book Awards which were presented to Patrick Schrank, Lauren Schrank, Jennifer Jones, Kaylee Young, Braden Young, Jessica Morrow, Kyla Lewis and McKay Bronn. Langston’s Western Store sponsored the best First Time Record Book Award; this year’s was awarded to Braden Young. Key Club Awards were given to Patrick Schrank and Jessica Morrow.

Cleveland County Farm Bureau agent Darrell David sponsored the Senior Achievement Award and the recipient was Jennifer Jones. Patrick Schrank and Kaylee Young were the recipients of the Senior Citizenship and Leadership Awards sponsored by Hopewell Home and Community Education Group. The 2012-2013 Hall of Fame Award winners were Kyla Lewis and Patrick Schrank, sponsored by Blunck’s Studio of Moore, Janice McCalip and Gene and Judy McKown.

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