4-H All Stars award book scholarships
CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County 4-H All Stars awarded four $1,000 Book Scholarships in 2016. The recipients are Samantha Campbell, Jamie Hetrick, Melissa Judge and Courtney McClyment.
Samantha will attend Delaware Valley University in the fall studying Large Animal Science, Livestock Science & Management. She is an eight-year member of Farm to Market 4-H Club and Growing Together. Samantha has held many offices, helped with 4-H Park Clean Up and set up for Spring Livestock Show. Her projects are Beef, Swine and Public Speaking. She was a member of FFA, played lacrosse, was a cheerleader and received High Honor Award. She is active in her community. Samantha is the daughter of Karen Campbell of Barclay.
Jamie is the daughter of Carroll Hetrick and Victrie Carr of Denton. She will attend West Virginia University studying Agribusiness Management and Rural Development. Jamie is a three-year member of Marksmanship 4-H Club. She participated in Public Speaking and Marksmanship. While attending Colonel Richardson High School, she was a member of the FFA, marching band, concert band, National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society. Jamie also volunteers at her church and for Queen Anne’s and Talbot County Fairs.
Melissa will attend Clemson University, where she will be studying Pre-medicine and Bioinformatics. She is a nine-year member of the Pony Express 4-H Club. Her project areas are Horse and Pony, Public Speaking, and many horse-related activities. Melissa was in National Honor Society, lacrosse, equestrian team, field hockey, KI Interact Club and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She is active in Talisman Therapeutic Riding Center, Toys for Tots, Battle of the Bay Tournament and the Artisans Festival. Melissa is very active and dedicated n her community. She is the daughter of Patti and Jerry Judge of Queenstown.
Courtney is the daughter of Dawn and Scott McClyment of Queenstown. She plans to continue her education at Clemson University studying Animal Science. While at Queen Anne’s County High School, Courtney was in FFA, National Honor Society, recycling and tutoring. She is a nineyear member of Farm to Market 4-H Livestock Club. Her 4-H projects are Beef, Sheep, Public Speaking and Community Service. Courtney has helped with Toys For Tots and Boxes for the Soldiers. She also served as Miss Queen Anne’s County for the Farm Bureau.
The All Stars wish these 2016 scholarship winners much success at college and in the future.