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Published November 04, 2009, 09:18 AM

Davidson family wins 4-H Family of the Year award

The Douglas County 4-H Achievement Night was held on Oct. 11 at the Head of the Lakes Fairgrounds to honor youth, adults, and families for their achievements over the past year. Businesses and individuals who support and contribute to 4-H, called “Friends of 4-H,” were also recognized.

The Douglas County 4-H Achievement Night was held on Oct. 11 at the Head of the Lakes Fairgrounds to honor youth, adults, and families for their achievements over the past year. Businesses and individuals who support and contribute to 4-H, called “Friends of 4-H,” were also recognized.

4-H members honored were: Audralyn Austin, Robert Blair, Amanda Breister, Reba Buczynski, Nicole Buttrick, Carissa Choate, Ashley Dalbec, Dylan Deeth, Christopher Fechtelkotter, Heidi Fechtelkotter, Nicholas Greely, Katie Grymala, Jacob Guello, Katie Guello, Isabella Hanson, Desiree Johnson, Emily Johnson, Jacob Johnson, Lynsey Kimmes, Mckenzie Kintop, Natalie Kintop, Amanda Klarner, Kathryn Krause, Clorissa Kroll, Sarah Langford, Nate LaValley, Will LaValley, Talitha Lintula, Kendra Lohman, Brittany Love, David Minor, Emily Minor, Megan Minor, Sarah Nestrud, Lesley Nicholas, Kelcie Rickstrom, Katie Stenroos, Sam Stenroos, and Kayla Zebott.

Adult 4-H leaders honored were: Sonya Blair, Kelly Carlson, Nancy Collins, Kelley Danielson, Carol Eccles, Sheila Fillmore, Vicki Garro, Cindy Greely, Paul Guello, Lorrie Gunnerson, Kevin Hopkins, Carol Huray, Michelle Kimmes, Christina Kintop, Dan Klarner, Jennifer Kroll, Stephanie Kroseman, Kim Lagro, Polly Lohman, Pat Luostari, Scott Luostari, Naomi Musch, Darlene Oswskey, Lynn Pearson, Jeanette Rantala, Colleen Schorr, Molly Sigafus, and Nola Stenroos.

The 2008-2009 4-H Family of the Year Award was presented to Bryan, Tammy, and Samantha Davidson. They are active in the Pony Express 4-H Club as well as countywide 4-H programs, horse clinics, and the Head of the Lakes Fair.

For more information on how you can get involved in 4-H contact the Douglas County UW-Extension Office at 395-1363.

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