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F2 | WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 2018 | THE REPORTER-TIMES/MOORESVILLE-DECATUR TIMES | MORGAN COUNTY FAIR TAB

MORGAN COUNTY FAIR EVENTS SCHEDULE Grandstand Events Friday, July 27

Joe Nichols & Sara Evans & Bigg Country Concert

7 p.m.

By ticket only General Admission $40

Sunday, July 29

Stock Truck & Tractor Pull (NON-SANCTIONED)

6 p.m.

Admission: Adults $10; 6-12 $5; Under 6 Free; Pit Gate $15

Monday, July 30

Martin Xtreme Racing Super Cross

7 p.m.

Admission: Adults $10; 6-12 $5; Under 6 Free

Tuesday, July 31

Martin Xtreme Racing Super Cross

7 p.m.

Admission: Adults $10; 6-12 $5; Under 6 Free

Wednesday, Aug. 1

4-H Calf Round Up

7:30 p.m.

**FREE NIGHT AT THE GRANDSTAND** Sponsored by Morgan County Feed, R&R livestock, Johnson County Pavilion, Morgan County Beef Cattle Association

Heavy Horse Pull

8 p.m.

Thursday, Aug. 2

Public Safety Challenge

7 p.m.

Admission: Adults & over 6 $5; Under 6 Free

Friday, Aug. 3

Demolition Derby

7 p.m.

Admission: Adults $10; 6-12 $5; Under 6 Free; Pit Gate $15

Demolition Derby

7 p.m.

Admission: Adults $10; 6-12 $5; Under 6 Free; Pit Gate $15 Contact Chris Smith @ 317-682-7922 with questions

4-H Sheep Show - Show Arena

9 a.m.

4-H & Community Building - Open to public until 10:00pm

Noon

Open Class Exhibits check-in - Home & Family Arts Building

5 p.m.

4-H Robotics Judging - North end of the Merchant Building

6 p.m.

Contact Chris Smith @ 317-682-7922 with questions Saturday, Aug. 4

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Braxton is a Martinsville High School graduate, a member of the Morgan County 4-H Swine Club and the son of Jason and Katie Maxwell of Martinsville. He plans to attend Purdue Northwest to study computer engineering this fall.

Jacob Holzer

Jacob is a homeschooled graduate, a member of the Country Kids 4-H Club and the son of Brian Holzer and Laurel Castelot of Morgantown. He is currently pursuing a degree in information technology at Ivy Tech.

Wesley Gaines

Wesley is a homeschooled graduate, a member of the Canine Crusaders 4-H Dog club and is the son of Jerry and Sherryl Gaines of Martinsville. Wesley plans to attend Grove City College in Pennsylvania to major in history.

Abbigail Mendenhall

Abbi is a member of the Critter Keepers 4-H club, and is a graduate of Mooresville High School. She plans to attend Indiana University to major in elementary education this fall. Abbi is the daughter of Andrew and Melinda Mendenhall of Mooresville.

Makayla Findley

Makayla is a member of the Swine club, and will be a senior this fall at Martinsville High School. She is the daughter of Darrell Findley and Nicole Deel of Martinsville.

Joseph (Eli) Miller

Eli is a Martinsville High School graduate and member of the Junior Leaders 4-H Club. He is the son of Tim and Ann Miller of Martinsville. Eli plans to attend Franklin College majoring in music and theatre, his goal to be a professional singer, musician and entertainer.


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During Alex’s 10-year 4-H career, his major projects included Model Crafts, Aerospace, Electric and Create With A Mix. Among his major awards in 4-H were three State Fair Awards of Merit in Model Crafts. Alex states he has always really valued feedback from the Morgan County 4-H judges. He would use their comments to make improvements in his 4-H

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He would like to be a 4-H volunteer to help with the Model crafts project. Alex is a senior at Mooresville High School and member of the Critter Keepers 4-H Club. He is the son of Dennis and Tina Turner of Mooresville.

Jacob Holzer

During Jacob’s 10-year 4-H career, he completed projects in Poultry, Photography, Recycling, Electric, Other Crafts, Food

Preparation, Food Preservation, Microwave, and Forestry. Many of his entries in these projects were selected for State Fair including Reserve Champion (Goose) and Special Merit in Other Crafts. Jacob served as 4-H Ambassador, as well as a Shakamak 4-H camp counselor, which he lists among his most enjoyed 4-H activities. He credits his mother Laurel Castelot as the most influential person in his 4-H career. “She has consistently helped me through all of my years of 4-H.” Jacob recommends joining 4-H to prospective members as a great way to meet new people, learn new things and have fun. He is currently pursuing a degree in information technology at Ivy Tech. In the future he would like to volunteer to help with the 4-H Electric project saying, “Safety using electricity is part of our daily lives.”

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projects in Beef, Swine, Crops, Electric, Woodworking and Crafts. Among his most enjoyed 4-H activities were showing his animals, meeting new people and volunteering at the fairs. Dalen lists catching a calf at the 4-H Calf Scramble and showing it at the Morgan County fair as the highlight of his 4-H moments. He credits his parents as the most influential persons in his 4-H career, saying, “They always pushed me to be better.” Dalen recommends joining 4-H to prospective members — “It’s a great way to build new skills and to meet new people. Plus … Dalen Dow it’s fun!” During Dalen’s 10-year His future plans include 4-H career, he completed attending ISA to major in Jacob is a homeschooled senior, a member of the Country Kids 4-H Club and the son of Brian Holzer and Laurel Castelot of Morgantown.

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projects the next year. He cites the variety of 4-H projects as something he’s really appreciated. Alex credits Rena Sheldon as the most influential person in his 4-H career — “From Mini 4-H through my 10th year in 4-H, she has been there every step of the way. In 2013, when I was unable to finish my Models project in time for the county judging, she encouraged me to enter a Create With A Mix item so I wouldn’t miss the opportunity to be a 10-year 4-H member. I did and won Special Merit on my entry. Without this guidance from Rena, I would not be a 10-year member today.” Alex recommends prospective members join 4-H to learn by hands-on doing and to be able to connect with others. His future plans include attending IUPUI to pursue dual degrees in mechanical engineering and in motorsports engineering.


F4 | WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 2018 | THE REPORTER-TIMES/MOORESVILLE-DECATUR TIMES | MORGAN COUNTY FAIR TAB major projects included Horse and Pony, and Sheep. Among her major 4-H awards in Horse were first places in Barrel Racing, Pole Bending, and Flag Racing, as well as second place in Key Hole competition. In Emma’s Sheep project, she was awarded the prized Herdsmanship Award and received championship plaques twice for her Dorset market lambs. Emma lists Battle of The Barns, Shakamak 4-H Camp and hog wrestling among her most enjoyed 4-H activities. She’s also enjoyed participating in the Horse and Pony contesting and seeing all of her hard work pay off. Emma credits her grandfather Odell Lundy as the most influential person in her 4-H career — “He is the one who taught me Emma Lundy everything I know about During Emma Lundy’s animals and 4-H. Without 10-year 4-H career, her his positive influence, I may aviation technology with the goal of becoming an Air Traffic Controller. Dalen is a senior at Owen Valley High School, and a member of the 4-Leaf Clovers and the Morgan County 4-H Goat clubs. He is the son of Chad and Terri Dow of Gosport.

have never succeeded as well as I did.” She recommends joining 4-H to prospective members, as she feels 4-H is a great way to get involved in the community and to meet new people who share the same interests. She plans to study nursing at Ivy Tech with the goal of becoming an OBGYN nurse. Emma would like to be a 4-H Horse and Pony Club volunteer in the future. She is a senior at Mooresville High School, a member of the Morgan County 4-H Horse & Pony Club, and the daughter of Christy Sutton of Mooresville.

mother Marcia Trusty as the most influential person in her 4-H career. “She is an unstoppable woman who has shown me how to be strong, patient and how to work hard for what you want.” Madison promotes joining 4-H to prospective members saying it is an amazing, fun experience. She plans to attend Purdue University majoring in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences. She would like to be a Country Friends 4-H Club volunteer, helping with Battle of the Barns and sheep projects in the future. Madison is a senior at Mooresville High School and a member of Country Friends 4-H Club. She is the daughter of Brandon and Amy Cecil of Mooresville.

any questions and encourage me to be the best I can be. Without her, I’m not sure if I would have been as involved in 4-H as I have been all these years.” Alyssa recommends joining 4-H to prospective members and would like to volunteer with the 4-H goat project in the future to share her experiences in showing goats. She plans to attend Indiana University in Bloomington to pursue a career in either the medical or criminology field. Alyssa is a senior at Martinsville High School, a member of the Morgan County 4-H Goat Club and is the daughter of Janelle Martin and Brandon Somerville of Martinsville.

ing 4-H, saying, “4-H teaches a person a lot more than people think and it shows that people can still care for and love things.” In the future, Roy would like to buy, sell and trade livestock and volunteer to help with the A&A Township 4-H Club. Roy is a senior at Eminence High School and member of the A&A Township 4-H Club. He is the son of Jason Roy Saucerman of Quincy and Patsy Morgan.

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Madison Walls

During Madison Walls’ 10-year 4-H career, her major projects included Sewing, Floriculture, Cake Decorating, Foods, Scrapbooking, Gift Wrapping, Crafts, Beef, Sheep, and Horse and Pony. Her major 4-H awards received include Intermediate Sheep Showman, 4-H Sheep Breeders Award, State Fair Special Merit (Sewing), Champion Hampshire Ewe (eight times), Champion Angus heifer, and Reserve Grand Champion (Gelding). Madison lists Junior Leaders activities, Shakamak 4-H Camp and Battle of the Barns as some of her most enjoyed 4-H experiences. She credits her grand-

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During Alyssa’s 10-year 4-H career, her major projects included Goat, Sheep, Horse and Pony, Small Animals, and Junior Leaders. Alyssa lists Junior Leader activities, Battle of the Barns, livestock show days, making friends and being a camp counselor at Shakamak 4-H Camp as some of her favorite 4-H activities. She credits her grandmother Diana Hart as the being the most influential person in her 4-H career. “She has always been there to help me, answer

During Roy Saucerman’s 10-year 4-H career, his major projects included Swine, Sheep, Goats, Rabbits and Chickens. Among his 4-H awards are Best of Breed for Chickens, Best of Breed for Rabbits, and Reserve Champion for Rabbits in Battle of the Barns. Roy says Battle of the Barns is among his most enjoyed 4-H activities and he loves teaching people about the animals he shows. He credits his father and his Uncle Ronnie as the most influential persons in his 4-H career, both believing in and supporting him. Roy recommends join-

Elizabeth is a member of the Morgan County 4-H Beef Club. During her 10-year 4-H career, her major projects included Beef, Other Crafts, Scrapbooking, Cat Poster, Dog Poster, Health and Photography. A senior at Martinsville High School, Elizabeth will be a member of the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Conn., this fall. She is the daughter of Ron and Jennifer Cheatham of Paragon.

Brooke Coffey

Brooke is a member of the Morgan County 4-H Horse and Pony Club. During her 10-year 4-H career, some of her 4-H projects have included Horse, Beef, Dairy, Goats, and Sheep. Brooke is a homeschooled student with


MORGAN COUNTY FAIR TAB | THE REPORTER-TIME/MOORESVILLE-DECATUR TIMES | WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 2018 | F5 a member of the Morgan County 4-H Poultry Club and the daughter of Randy and Maria Crawford of Mooresville.

serve as a 4-H Shakamak Camp counselor. Eli is a senior at Martinsville High School and member of the Junior Leaders 4-H Club. He is the son of Tim and Ann Miller of Martinsville.

focus on getting a degree in pre-dentistry. In the future, Taylor would like to be a 4-H volunteer for Health projects. She is a senior at Monrovia High School, member of the Morgan County 4-H Beef Club. She is the daughter of Monty and Sherri Stierwalt of Martinsville.

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Isabella Crawford

During Isabella Crawford’s 10-year 4-H career, her major projects included Food Preparation, Poultry and Poultry Poster. Among her major 4-H awards Isabella twice received Showmanship Champion (Poultry) as well as winning Best of Single Comb Clean Legged, (Poultry). Some of her most enjoyed 4-H activities have been poultry competition and being involved in 4-H fairs in general. Isabella says she has appreciated having community involvement and gaining responsibility through her animal projects. She credits her parents as being the most influential persons in her 4-H career — “They taught me to continue with the projects even though there may have been frustration or disappointment.” Isabella plans on attending Indiana State University’s Honor College to study biochemistry for the pre-med program. Her goal is to eventually become a cardiothoracic surgeon. She would also like to help with the 4-H Poultry project as she is certified to do blood testing on the birds. A senior at Mooresville High School, Isabella is

Joseph Eli Miller

During Eli’s 10-year 4-H career, his major projects included Photography, Dog Showmanship, Dog Obedience, Dog Agility, Speech, Floriculture, Collections, Garden and Crafts. Some of the 4-H activities Eli’s enjoyed during his 4-H career include Share-theFun, Junior Leaders and Shakamak Camp. Also, he’s liked acquiring new and close friends through shared 4-H participation, activities and experiences. Eli credits Rena Sheldon as the most influential person in his 4-H career — “She is patient, kind and understanding. She works right along with us and is always helpful and understanding.” He recommends joining 4-H to prospective members mentioning interaction with fellow 4-H members at meetings and fairs, saying, “Everyone is downto-earth and focused on making whatever project we are working on inclusive for the group.” Eli plans on attending college majoring in music and theatre, his goal to be a professional singer, musician and entertainer. In the future, he would like to

Taylor Stierwalt

During Taylor Stierwalt’s 10-year 4-H career, her major projects included Beef, Swine, Health, Scrapbooking, Music, Fine Arts, Computer, Recycling, Other Crafts and Giftwrapping. Among her major 4-H awards were Championships in Cow/ Calf Pair, Shorthorn Heifer, Shorthorn Steer, Health, Computer, Scrapbooking, Music, and Recycling. Taylor says her most enjoyed 4-H experiences were the friendships and acquaintances she gained throughout her 4-H years. She credits her parents as the most influential persons during her 4-H career — “They were always there to help me when I was in a bind with a project and were always by my side to support me, no matter whether I was cleaning cattle or putting the finishing touches on a poster.” Taylor promotes joining 4-H to prospective members to participate in fun events and projects and to build traits to benefit oneself later in life. She plans to study Biology at Purdue University and

During Kayla Halbert’s 10-year 4-H career, her major projects included Photography, Create With A Mix and Bicycle Rodeo. Her 4-H awards include Grand Champion in Create With A Mix (twice), and Second Place Trophy in the Goat Show. Kayla lists Grandstand Hog Wrestling, creating projects for the community, supporting friends, and showing animals as her most enjoyed 4-H activities. She says in showing her animals, “That part makes me feel privileged to show people some things I can do.” Kayla credits her father as the most influential person in her 4-H career — “He has pushed me to go all out, try new things and do my best in whatever I do. He helped me keep up-to-date on due dates and helped me out with anything he could.” She recommends joining 4-H to prospective members saying 4-H helps younger people mature through having more responsibilities as well as learning life lessons. Kayla plans to attend IUPUI majoring in Interior Design and would like to volunteer with Critter Keepers, her 4-H career club. Kayla is a senior at Mooresville High School and the daughter of Darin and Mitsy Halbert of Martinsville.

William Beau Smith

William “Beau” Smith is a senior at Martinsville High School and member of the Morgan County 4-H Swine Club. During his 10-year 4-H career his major project has been Swine. He is the son of Chad and Kerri Smith of Martinsville.

Jessica Richardson

During Jessica’s 10-year 4-H career, her major projects included Rabbit, Dog, Small Animals, Gardening,

Flowers, Foods Preparation, Foods Preservation, Cake Decorating, Photography and Soil & Water. Among her 4-H projects selected for State Fair were Dog Agility (first and third placings), Best of Breed (Holland Lop Rabbit), Rabbit Showmanship (seven times), and sweepstakes in Soil and Water. She also received an outstanding award for one of her county fair projects in Soil and Water. Although Jessica has participated in animal shows, demonstrations, public speaking, Jr. Leaders, Battle of the Barns, pet parades and Share-the-Fun activities, she lists Fur and Feathers competition and State Fair dog agility competition among her favorite. Jessica credits her mother as the most influential person in her 4-H career — “She always helped me stay responsible for my projects but was there to lend a helping hand.” Jessica recommends joining 4-H to prospective members to gain responsibility and learn communication skills. She plans to attend Indiana University to pursue a career in medicine, eventually becoming a surgeon. She would like to do some mission work through Mt. Gilead Church and possibly help overseas at infantry hospitals. Jessica’s future plans include volunteering as a 4-H judge. She is a senior at Center Grove High School, a member of the Morgan County

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a senior standing in the program curriculum. Her parents are Bart and Dana Coffey of Martinsville.


F6 | WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 2018 | THE REPORTER-TIMES/MOORESVILLE-DECATUR TIMES | MORGAN COUNTY FAIR TAB 4-H Rabbit Club and the are Grand Champion daughter of Jill Richardson (Wheat), Grand Champion (Corn) and Grand Chamof Martinsville. pion (Hay). Lee says that having the responsibilities for his projects, showing pigs and meeting many new people are some of his most enjoyed 4-H activities. He recommends joining 4-H to prospective members saying, “This organization allows kids to show their skills in many different areas. It also allows them to learn many new skills in the agriculture industry. 4-H is fun with many events to attend and take part in.” Lee credits his father as Lee Smith being the most influential Lee is a senior at Indian person in his 4-H career, Creek High School and teaching him valuable agrimember of the Morgan culture skills and mentorCounty Country Kids 4-H ing him in showing pigs Club. During his 10-year throughout his 4-H years. 4-H career, his major projAfter high school graduects included Swine and ation, he plans to work at Crops. Among the major the Dallas Farms and hopes 4-H awards he has received to help with the Country

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Kids 4-H Club as a volun- showing friends and family teer. Lee is the son of Leslie my projects at the fairs.” He credits his mother as Howell and Clyce Smith of being the most influential Morgantown. person in his 4-H career, helping him with his posters during his early 4-H years and making sure he got to the judgings. After graduating high school, Jamin plans to join the Navy, finish his schooling, then work toward owning a Lego store. In the future, he would also like to volunteer to be a 4-H judge. Jamin is a senior at Martinsville High School, a member of the Busy Beetles 4-H Club and son of John and Janel Dent of Martinsville.

learn. Also, you can meet so many people and make friendships that will last a lifetime.” In the fall, Makayla plans to attend Ball State University to study Spanish. She would also like to help with the Busy Beetles 4-H Club in the future, especially with the Music project, as she’s been a member of this club since joining 4-H. Makayla is a senior at Martinsville High School and daughter of Mark and Stacy Murray of Martinsville.

Darren Cooper

Darren is a senior at Martinsville High School and member of the Morgan County 4-H Rabbit Club. During his 10-year 4-H career he has received numerous awards for his projects, which have included Arts and Crafts, Collections, Foods Preservation and Preparation, Create With A Mix, Microwave Cooking, Garden, Health, Photography, Poultry, Rabbits, Recycling, Shooting Sports, Soil and Water Conservation, Sportfishing and Makayla Murray D u r i n g M a k ayl a ’s Wildlife. Darren is the son 10-year 4-H career, her of Kathryn Cooper of Marmajor projects were Music tinsville. and Veterinary Science. She says among her most enjoyed 4-H activities Jamin Dent was participating in Junior During Jamin’s 10-year Leaders — “I have enjoyed 4-H career, he completed being able to make many projects in Collections, new friends, especially Computer, Small Animals through Junior Leaders. and Other Crafts and has 4-H has been a great way received champion and to meet people.” State Fair ribbons on many Makayla credits her parof his projects. Jamin lists ents as the most influential 4-H judging, having his people in her 4-H career, projects selected for State always encouraging her to Fair, and going to see his do her best on her projects projects at the county and every year. State Fairs among his favorShe recommends joinite 4-H activities. ing 4-H to prospective Jamin says, “I really members — “4-H is full of enjoyed building Lego cre- opportunities. There are ations and telling the judge many projects to choose about them. I also liked from so it’s a great way to

kept me from getting discouraged.” Morgan recommends joining 4-H to prospective members, saying she feels the program offers an amazing opportunity to try new things, further refine skills and meet people with similar interests. In the future, she plans to enter into a traveling youth ministry for one year. Later, she would like to be a volunteer in the 4-H Dog Club as well as help with the Beekeeping project to bring attention to this hobby — “Dog was my favorite project and I met so many interesting people through it.” Morgan has a senior standing in her home schooling program, is a member of Kids With A Mission 4-H Club and is the daughter of Mark and Catherine Marasch of Martinsville.

Morgan Marasch

During Morgan Marasch’s 10-year 4-H career, her major projects included Beekeeping, Fine Arts, Food Preparation, Dog, Rabbit and Veterinary Science. Some of her major 4-H awards include State Fair Grand Champion (Honey), Morgan County High Points (Dog Club), Fine Arts (State Fair three times), and State Fair Special Merit (Food Preservation). Morgan says among her favorite 4-H activities were Battle of The Barns and 4-H dog training. She especially enjoyed the opportunity to meet new people and try new things. Morgan credits her mother as being the most influential person in her 4-H career — “She always encouraged me to try new things, to follow through on my obligations, and she

Daniel Cook

During Daniel’s 10-year 4-H career, he completed projects in Sheep, Beef, and Llama. Although he enjoyed showing livestock in all these projects, he lists the Llama project as his favorite. Daniel was also enrolled in Junior Leaders and says some of the project activities were also among his most enjoyed 4-H events — “I enjoy the Halloween party for kids and working at the Junior Leader food stand at the Morgan County Fair.”


MORGAN COUNTY FAIR TAB | THE REPORTER-TIME/MOORESVILLE-DECATUR TIMES | WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 2018 | F7 Daniel is a member of the Morgan County 4-H Beef Club and a senior at Martinsville High School. He is the son of Tom and Londa Cook of Martinsville.

Logan Stierwalt

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ers, Rabbits, and Horse and Pony. Charity has attained a senior standing in her home-school curriculum program. She is the daughter of Daniel and Valerie Shafer of Martinsville.

Braxton Maxwell

During Logan Stier- Charity Shafer During Braxton’s 10-year walt’s 10-year 4-H career During Charity’s 10-year 4-H career, his major projhis major projects includ- 4-H career her major proj- ect was Swine in which ed Swine, Beef, Corn, Hay ects included various post- he was awarded the pres-

tigious Herdsman of The Year 4-H award. He cites Junior Leader activities as one of his favorite 4-H interests where he was able to learn new things, especially about leadership. Braxton credits Rena Sheldon as the most influential person in his 4-H career — “She has been an adult leader for me all throughout my 4-H career and has been the one to always suggest new things for me to try.” He recommends joining 4-H to prospective members, as he feels 4-H helps a member to learn how to be more well-rounded as an individual. Braxton plans to attend Purdue University to study computer engineering. He would also like to help with the 4-H Swine Club in the future, as “… pigs have been a major part of my 4-H career.”

Braxton is a senior at Martinsville High School, a member of the Morgan County 4-H Swine Club and the son of Jason and Katie Maxwell of Martinsville.

Chloe Catellier During Chloe’s 10-year 4-H career, her major project was Swine. Some of her top awards and honors include

State Fair placings of Overall Champion (Poland China Gilt), Third Place Overall Senior (Poland China) and Reserve Champion (Poland China). She also completed projects in Cat, Poultry, Consumer Clothing and Fashion Revue. She states the three weeks of 4-H summer goings-on during the County and State fairs were her most enjoyed 4-H activities. Chloe credits her stepfather as being the most influential person in her 4-H career, providing her with encouragement, advice and support. In the future, she plans to enroll in the Paul Mitchell School of Cosmetology. Chloe is a member of the Morgan County 4-H Swine Club and a senior at Monrovia High School. She is the daughter of Dwayne and Sarah Berling of Mooresville.

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