Mr. and Miss 4-H honored at achievement banquet

March 21, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Jonathan Gibson of Westminster and Katie Painter of Reisterstown were honored yesterday as Carroll County's Mr. and Miss 4-H at the annual Carroll County 4-H achievement and volunteer recognition banquet.

Jonathan is a member of the Black Rock 4-H Club. Katie is a member of the Carroll Clovers 4-H Club.

Other top honors awarded during the annual ceremony included:

* Illona Hull, mother of Ginger and Heather Hull of Westminster, received the Volunteer of the Year Award. Both daughters have won 4-H's highest award, the Presidential Tray.

* Ross Bair of the Pleasant Valley 4-H Club and Jessica Herbert of the Hoofbeat 4-H Club were named Outstanding Junior 4-Hers for 1993.

* Amanda Boyd -- a member of the Deer Park 4-H Club, the Fashion Trends 4-H Club and a volunteer with the Cantering Clovers -- won the Carroll County Commissioners' Tray. The tray is given for excellence in achievement, leadership and community service.

* Betty Carlson and Eddie Dutterer were honored for 30 years of service as 4-H volunteers. Lawrence Thompson and George White Jr. were honored as 25-year volunteers.

* Sylvia Miller was recognized for 25 years of volunteering with the Progressive Clovers 4-H Club.

* Home Call Inc., Maryland State Police in Westminster and Prestige Cablevision were honored as the 1993 Friends of 4-H for contributions to the program.

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