The 2012 Logan County 4-H Advisors Banquet was held at Winner Harvest Barn Thursday.
The event themed “Advisors Light the Way in 4-H” was an opportunity to thank advisors for their years of service and dedication to 4-H.
A couple awards were handed out at the banquet. Breeches and Wranglers became the first Logan County club in recent years to receive honor club status. Breeches and Wranglers also received the Traveling Horse Trophy.
4-H Educator for Logan County with OSU Extension Annie Davis explains the awards and event.
Some 2013 Logan County 4-H Advisory Committee seats were voted on. Tanya Knief will represent District 1 and District 4 will be represented by Jannice Hall. At Large seats will be filled by Christie Barns, Chuck Skidmore, Colleen Bodin, Michelle Miller, and Vicky Boots. Hannah Boy and Taylor Miller will be youth member representatives.
The following 4-H advisors were present and recognized for their years of service:
Susan Allen, 35 years
Orville Tussing and Glenna Seeley, 34 years
Nancy McGuire, 26 years
Loren Kipker, 24 years
Jane Foreman, 21 years
Cheryl Nicholl and Larry Howell, 20 years
Mark and Deb Zumberger, 19 years
John and Scarlett Kinney and Iona Lockwood, 17 years
Sue Fraber and Pat Myers, 16 years
Darcie Jenkins, Kathryn Wiley, Debra Shotts, and Russell Robinson, 14 years
Janice Miller and Candy Frasure, 13 years
Ann Wildermuth, Beth Overs, and Tonya Neer, 12 years
Katrina Nicholl and Tanya Knief, 10 years
Renna Stutzman and Erin Luthman, 9 years
Michelle Miller, 8 years
Scott Buroker, 7 years
Chuck and Judy Skidmore, Matt and Shawndell Wilson, and Karen Speert, 6 years
Holly Buroker, 4 years
Amy Boy and Delores Escamilla, 3 years
Tracey Ackley, Heidi Duckro, and Priscilla Gibson, 2 years
Mary Lockwood, 1 year
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Watch Breeches and Wranglers receive its two awards.