4-H Seniors 2021
Fiona Armstrong is a 5-year member of 4-H with the Above and Beyond 4-H Club, having served in the capacity of president and vice president. In addition to her project focus area in fine arts, she is a 4-year county Food and Fashion Board member, 3-year Camp Counselor, and 2-year Junior Fair Board member. She attends New Philadelphia High School and Kent State University Tuscarawas. She is a member of National Honor Society, Renaissance Club, Art Club, French Club, Advanced Guitar Ensemble, Book Club, and Ladies Tennis. Fiona will be attending the main campus of Kent State University majoring in an art discipline and hopes to participate in the study abroad program.
Cameron Brandt, a senior at Dover High School, is a 12-year member of the Tusky Valley Farmers 4-H Club where he has served 2 years as president and 3 years as vice president. He has been a 2-year Camp Counselor and a 4-year Junior Fair Board member. He is a member of the Buckeye Career Center Business Professionals of America. Cameron plans to attend Ohio State ATI with a major in Agri-science Education. He plans to be an Ohio State 4-H Educator after he graduates.
Amanda Demuth is a senior at New Philadelphia High School and is a 10-year 4-H member currently with Prime Cuts 4-H Club. Her project area focus has been in Market Hog and Dairy. Amanda is taking a year off and currently works at The Daily Grind Café and will be traveling to California this summer before pursuing her career goals.
Devan Lake is a 3-year member of the Red Rock Rebels 4-H Club and attends Indian Valley High School. His projects have included market hogs, market turkeys, and self-determined. Devan enjoys weightlifting and has placed at multiple strongman and powerlifting events and is nationally ranked. After graduation, Devan plans to further his career with the lineman program and marry his fiancée, with whom he is building a tiny house.
Emma Leggett is a senior at Claymont High School. She’s a member of Boots & Chutes 4-H Club and has been involved in 4-H for the past eight years. Emma exhibited market lambs in her first year but moved to swine for the past seven years. She plans to attend The Ohio State University ATI Wooster Campus to major in Animal Science with a specialization in Beef and Swine Nutrition and minor in Agribusiness.
Austin Marshall is a 13-year 4-H member currently with the Jolly Ranchers 4-H Club, serving as club President. His projects have included market turkeys, market goats, market hogs, and market beef. He attends Dover High School and the CCP Program at Kent State University Tuscarawas. In addition to the Dover Track Team, he is also a member of the Dover Zoar Trap Shooting Team. He plans to attend Kent State University majoring in Business and Finance.
Rance Quillin attends New Philadelphia High School and is enrolled in the Precision Machining program at Buckeye Career Center. He also participates in the CCP program at Kent State University Tuscarawas. He is a 13-year member of the Stone Creek Peas and Carrots 4-H Club, a 3-year Junior Fair Board member, and a 3-year Camp Counselor. His projects have included dairy, market hog, dairy steer, robotics, and welding. Rance plans to attend the University of Akron and major in Mechanical Engineering.
Makayla Reiger is an 8-year member of the Happy Harvesters 4-H Club. She is a 2-year Camp Counselor and 3-year member of Junior Fair Board. Makayla is a senior at Strasburg High School where she is a member of the Color Guard, Drama Club, and the Youth-2-Youth Group. She plans to attend Kent State University Tuscarawas to pursue a degree in Speech Pathology.
Abby Sprowl is a 13-year member of 4-H with the Red Rock Rebels 4-H Club and attends Indian Valley High School. Fun fact, she has never taken a miscellaneous project, only animals! Abby enjoys spending time with her family and her animals and is an avid Croc collector. She and her fiancé, along with help from her father, are currently building a tiny house. She plans to marry and live on the family farm after graduation while working and hopes to eventually build a small lamb operation.