Lehigh County Teens Win 4-H Scholarships

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Two Lehigh County teens have been awarded scholarships from the Lehigh County 4-H Development Fund Board.

Kamryn Fink, daughter of Travis and Stephanie Fink of Germansville and Linda & David Dries of Slatington, will graduate from Northwestern Lehigh High School and in the Animal Science program at LCTI in addition to being dual enrolled at LCCC. She plans to attend Delaware Valley University next fall for large Animal Science. She has been a member of the Lehigh County 4-H program for 8 years and been heavily involved in the Livestock Club, Teen Council, Program Development Committee, and Potato Judging Clubs.

Payge Haydt, daughter of Leon Haydt and Tammy Lorah-Haydt of Northampton, will graduate from Northampton High School. She plans to attend college for elementary education with a music concentration. Payge has been a member of 4-H for 11 years, participating in Lehigh County Equine, Farm to Table, Teen Council, Textile, Neffs Clovers, and Potato Judging. In addition to her club involvement, she has served as a counselor at 4-H Camp and 4-H Horse Camp.

4-H provides hands-on learning in a wide variety of subject areas for boys and girls, ages 8 – 18. It is part of the youth development programming of Penn State Extension. For more information about 4-H, contact the 4-H coordinator weekdays at 610-391-9840.

Payge Haydt of Northampton wins Lehigh County 4-H Scholarship

Payge Haydt of Northampton wins Lehigh County 4-H Scholarship

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