The White County Farm Bureau is pleased to award seventeen White County 4-Hers with a 2022 4-H Project Grant. A total of $1,875.46 in grants were awarded. 4-Hers receiving a 2022 Project Grant are…
- Kelsey Aldrich (Visual Arts, Clay)
- Kenley Black (Woodworking)
- Kerrigan Black (Swine)
- Bri Ellen Bridgewater (Health)
- Bailey Buchanan (Beef)
- Katelyn Davis (Visual Arts-Cake Decorating)
- Kenley Davis (Visual Arts, Scrapbooking)
- Emmaline Draper (Swine)
- Lincoln Draper (Swine)
- Hailee Ellerman (Woodworking)
- Katelyn Garner (Photo Editing)
- Alexus Gates (Computer Generated Art)
- Jax Jordan (Interior Design)
- Grace McCarty (Electricity)
- Jalynn Phillips (Clothing)
- Breyton Sauls (Rabbits)
- Johanna Zieren (Goats)
The 4-H Project Grant program is designed to encourage young 4-Hers to begin new projects by eliminating potential cost burdens they may have; as well as encourage new individuals to become active in the White County 4-H program.
Each 4-Her is required to submit receipts of their project purchases before they receive their grant money. Pictures of the 4-Hers with their projects will be included in future issues of the Wabash Valley Ag News and posted on the White County Farm Bureau Facebook page.
Congratulations to our 2022 4-H Project grant winners!