Milestone: Clallam 4-H bestows 2020 honors

Clallam County 4-H leaders announced its award-winning members for 2020 last week.

Ten members were awarded 4-H senior scholarships — going to Emma Albright, Madison Ballou, Lillian Batton, Madison Carlson, Kynzie DeLeon, Lisi Hanson, Ashley Sampson, Chelsey Simons, Emily Sirguy and Emma Weller — and the organization also recognized the addition a a few club: The Kindness Club.

Other award-winners include:

Best Record Book: Katie Marchant

Council Secretary Pin: Lilly Batton

Citizenship Medal: Fern Knobel

Dog Leaders Incentive Award: Ellen Garcelon, Tobin Reifenstahl

Horse Achievement Award: Katie Marchant, Sierra Steffen

Janey Fry Memorial Outstanding 4-Her: Emma Weller, Sierra Steffen

Judie Arnold Community Service Award: 4-H BLAST CLUB

Know Your Government Pin: Kynzie DeLeon, Emily Sirguy

Leadership: Amy Adolphsen, Jill Adolphsen, Ruby Coulson, Abby Sanford

Livestock Achievement Award: Amy Adolphsen, Jill Adolphsen

Lloyd Pearson Memorial Award: Jill Adolphsen

Pat BoyEs Outstanding Demonstration Award: Broden Beckstrom, Zoe VanGordon

Science and Arts Incentive Award: Mackenzie Pearcy

Senior Achievement Award: Lillian Batton, Kynzie DeLeon, Chelsey Simons, Emily Sirguy, Emma Weller

Small Animal Achievement Award: Lilly Batton, Sierra Steffan

Yeager Achievement Award: Jill Adolphsen

Andrew Kruiswyk Jr. Award: Joseph Pinell

Junior Royalty: Kendall Adolphe

Leader of the Year: Robin Kelley

Acknowledgement of Fair Theme Winner: Fern Knobel.

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