Judges unearth many champions in Huntington County garden projects

Winners have been announced in the 2012 4-H garden projects.
They include:

GARDEN
VEGETABLES

Grade 3
Kirsten Bickel, champion; Matthew McMillan, reserve champion. Both received blue ribbons, with honors.
Mackenzie Lacroix received a blue ribbon, with honors.
Grace Gross received a blue ribbon.

Grade 4
Malijah Frost, champion; Joe Alleman, reserve champion. Both received blue ribbons, with honors.
Also receiving a blue ribbon, with honors, was Ryan Shipbaugh.
Jake Collins and Alivia Harmon received blue ribbons.

Grade 5
Brendon Ramp, champion; Freeman Lacroix III, reserve champion. Both received blue ribbons, with honors.
Also receiving blue ribbons, with honors, were Emily Carender and Adam Smith.

Grade 6
Brenden Rice, champion; Rylie Shipbaugh, reserve champion. Both received blue ribbons, with honors.
Ian Broderick received a blue ribbon, with honors.

Grade 7
Kaitlin Aughinbaugh and Jordyn Poulson received blue ribbons, with honors.
Kylee Jojola received a blue ribbon.

Grade 8
Coradela Helton, champion; blue ribbon, with honors.

Grade 11
Bonnie Hardy, reserve champion; blue ribbon, with honors.

Grade 12
Nicole Smith received a blue ribbon, with honors.

HERB
Colene Smart, champion; blue ribbon, with honors.
Ian Broderick, reserve champion; blue ribbon.
Brooke Dennis received a blue ribbon, with honors.
Jericho Parrett received a red ribbon.

POSTER
Jordyn Poulson, champion; blue ribbon, with honors.
Rylie Bowman, reserve champion, blue ribbon.
Nicole Smith received a blue ribbon, with honors.
Kaitlin Aughinbaugh and Coradela Helton received blue ribbons.
Kylee Jojola received a red ribbon.