JUNIOR FAIR



JUNIOR FAIR
King, queen candidates
These 4-H members topped the competition in community service, project work and interview skills and have been nominated for 4-H king and queen:
EMERY BOYLE-SCOTT
Berlin Center.
Sophomore at Youngstown State University.
Parents: Sue Boyle and Barbara Scott.
Years in 4-H: 6.
AMANDA MILLER
Hometown: Canfield.
Freshman at Youngstown State University.
Parents: Mark and Gera Miller.
Years in 4-H: 7.
HEATHER MOFF
Hometown: Canfield.
Senior at Boardman High School.
Parents: Greg and Lori Moff.
Years in 4-H: 11.
CAROL ANN PITCAIRN
Hometown: Berlin Center.
Senior at Western Reserve High School.
Parents: James and Diane Miller.
Years in 4-H: 10.
RACHEL STANWOOD
Hometown: Columbiana.
Senior at South Range High School.
Parents: Jay and Margie Stanwood.
Years in 4-H: 12.
ANDY GODDARD
Hometown: Boardman.
Freshman at Youngstown State University.
Parents: Jerry and Jane Goddard.
Years in 4-H: 10.
MICHAEL GORBY
Hometown: Berlin Center.
Sophomore, Youngstown State University.
Parents: Wayne and Pam Gorby.
Years in 4-H: 10.
MATT KELLGREEN
Hometown: Boardman.
Senior at Boardman High School.
Parents: Jim and Shirley Kellgreen.
Years in 4-H: 10.
BRIAN MOFF
Hometown: Columbiana.
Freshman at ATI Ohio State University.
Parents: Steve and Jane Moff.
Years in 4-H: 11.
JEFFREY MOLITERNO
Hometown: Canfield.
School: A senior who is home schooled.
Parents: Jeff and Patty Moliterno.
Years in 4-H: 11.

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