×

Canfield Fair 4-H Royal Court announced

CANFIELD — The following teens were named members of the Canfield Fair 4-H Royal Court for 2019:

• Karlee Banks, 18, is a freshman at Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute, where she is studying livestock production and management beef specialization. She lives in North Jackson with her parents, Ron and Kelly Banks. Karlee is a member and serving as president of the Jackson-Milton Livestock 4-H Club and has been in 4-H for nine years. Karlee’s school activities included National Honors Society, Student Council, helped raise money for breast cancer awareness, and participated in donating food to the Youngstown homeless shelter.

• Jennel Benson, 17, is a senior at TRECA Digital Academy. She lives in Youngstown with her parents, Edward and Anngel Benson. Jennel is a member of the Youngstown Clover Crew 4-H Club. She has been in 4-H for 13 years. Jennel’s local activities include the current Miss United States Agricultural Queen for Mahoning County, on the coalition for drug-free Mahoning County, Mahoning County Commissioner intern, and a teen advocate for suicide prevention.

• Alaina Courtwright, 17, is a senior at South Range High School. She lives in Columbiana with her parents, Ray and Laura Courtwright. Alaina is a member of the Western Reserve Rangers 4-H Club, and has been a 4-H member for 12 years. Alaina is also active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, her church youth group, South Range drama club, and the South Range marching band, wind ensemble and jazz band.

• Sarah DeLucia, 16, is a junior at Springfield High School. She lives in New Middletown with her parents, Joe and Suzie DeLucia. Sarah is a member of the Country Kids and Kritters 4-H Club and the Mahoning County Llama Club, where she serves as president. Sarah has been in 4-H for seven years. Sarah’s other activities include being a Springfield majorette, a 12-year member of the Girl Scouts, Springfield Spanish Club and Book Club, participatant in the Youngstown State University English Festival, and competed in the National History Day regional and state competitions.

• Emily Fagert, 16, is a sophomore at Springfield High School. She lives in New Middletown with her parents, Greg and Carol Fagert. Emily is a member of the Country Kids and Kritters 4-H Club and has been in 4-H for four years. Emily’s other activities include Tiger Tutoring for elementary students, helping at the Western Reserve Easter Egg Hunt and Fish Fry, Right to Read Week, assisting at Cloverbud Day Camp, and being a greeter at her church.

• Cheyenne Heffner, 18, is a recent graduate of Springfield Local Schools and is a freshman at Ohio State University ATI, majoring in animal science specializing in swine. She lives in New Middletown with her parents, James and Delilah Heffner. Cheyenne is a member of the Springfield Booster Boys 4-H Club where she serves as the vice president of the club and has been in 4-H for 10 years. Cheyenne’s other activities include a member of the Columbiana, Mahoning & Trumbull Cattlemen’s Association where she serves as the Beef Ambassador, Mahoning County Outstanding Youth finalist, and a member of the Mahoning County Junior Fair Board. At ATI, is a member of the Hoof-n-Hide Club and a Collegiate 4-H member.

• Nataley Kemmer, 16, is a junior at South Range High School, and lives in Canfield with her parents, Andrew and Brandy Kemmer. Nataley is a member of the Just Chancin’ It 4-H Club, where she serves as the vice president and a member of Youngstown Tailwaggers 4-H Club, where she serves as treasurer. She has been in 4-H for seven years. Nataley’s other activities include South Range Soccer team, Art Club, Mid-Ohio Valley Work Camp, and Key Club, where she participates in about 15 community service projects a year.

• Zachery Kemmer, 19, is a sophomore at Youngstown State University. He lives in Canfield with his parents, Andrew and Brandy Kemmer. Zachery is a member of the Just Chancin’ It 4-H Club. He has been in 4-H for ten years. Zachery’s other activities include cross country and track, being involved in clothing and food drives, and many church leadership activities.

• Natalia Kresic, 16, is a junior at Lordstown High School. She was named Mahoning County Junior Fair Queen. She lives in Lordstown with her parents, Matt and Windi Kresic. Natalia is a member of the Western Reserve Rangers 4-H Club and has been in 4-H for four years. In school, Natalia is president of her class, a student council member, member of political history club, varsity soccer team, and Spanish Club.

• Marcus Moliterno, 16, is a home schooled high school junior. He lives in Canfield with his parents, Jeff and Patty Moliterno. Marcus is a member of the Canfield Clover Kids 4-H Club and has been a 4-H member for 11 years. Marcus enjoys volunteering in a variety of 4-H community service event including being a 4-H CARTEENS facilitator, a member of the 2018 4-H Royal Court, being the musician for the 4-H Style Revue, doing a “Fair Day” and Bingo at the Victoria House Assisted Living Facility, a Food and Fashion Board member, and volunteering at Cloverbud Day Camp.

• James Moore, 18, is a recent graduate of South Range High School. He was named Mahoning County Junior Fair Court King. He is attending The Ohio State University, where he will be majoring in animal science and agronomy. He lives in Canfield with his father and stepmother, James and Annie Moore. His mother is Mary Melago. James is a member of the Springfield Booster Boys 4-H Club and has been in 4-H for 10 years. James is planning to join Collegiate 4-H at Ohio State University.

news@tribtoday.com