Volunteers earn pins for years of service to 4-H

At a ceremony for the recent 4-H Leader Year of Service Awards, Shenandoah County 4-H leaders were recognized for their years of service during the recent 4-H Achievement Night program.

The following volunteers received pins for five years of service:

Kenneth Bookmyer of the Little North Mountain 4-H Shooting Education Club
Susan Bookmyer of the Little North Mountain 4-H Shooting Education Club
Brent Eaton of the New Market 4-H Club
Adam Heishman of the Shenandoah County 4-H Livestock Club
Melanee Himelright of the Little North Mountain 4-H Shooting Club
Tony Himelright of the Little North Mountain 4-H Shooting Club
Hope Mathews of the St. Luke-Saumsville 4-H Club
Harold Morrison III of the Little North Mountain 4-H Shooting Club
Lois Morrison of the Little North Mountain 4-H Shooting Club
Roscoe Norris of the Seven Bends 4-H Shooting Education Club
Mary Zirkle of the New Market 4-H Club

Stephanie Case of the Cabin Hill 4-H Club, Dorothy Harriman of the Lebanon Church 4-H Club and Peter Schechtel of the St. Luke-Saumsville 4-H Club received pins for 10 years of service.

Suzanne Loveland and Kimery Ryman of the 4-H Lonestar Club and Greg Wakeman of the Seven Bends 4-H Shooting Education Club earned pins for 15 years of service.

Gerald Funkhouser of the Shenandoah County 4-H Livestock Club and 4-H All-Star Kathy Nies-Hepner received pins for 20 years of service.

4-H All-Star Janet Frye received a pin for 25 years of service and Ray Ballowe of the Fort Valley 4-H Club for 35 years.

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