Cochran, Hurtt awarded Boyer scholarship


Standing fourth and fifth from the left in the Hog Barn sale ring are the recipients of the 2016 Lois Boyer Scholarship, Alexa Cochran and Heather Hurtt, each of whom was awarded $500. The others in the photograph are members of the Clinton County 4-H Endowment Committee. From left are Tracie Montague, Scot Gerber, Anne Foxworthy, Alexa, Heather, Mike Cowman, Randy Pinkerton, Judy Cowman and Brad Woodruff.


Standing fourth and fifth from the left in the Hog Barn sale ring are the recipients of the 2016 Lois Boyer Scholarship, Alexa Cochran and Heather Hurtt, each of whom was awarded $500. The others in the photograph are members of the Clinton County 4-H Endowment Committee. From left are Tracie Montague, Scot Gerber, Anne Foxworthy, Alexa, Heather, Mike Cowman, Randy Pinkerton, Judy Cowman and Brad Woodruff.

Standing fourth and fifth from the left in the Hog Barn sale ring are the recipients of the 2016 Lois Boyer Scholarship, Alexa Cochran and Heather Hurtt, each of whom was awarded $500. The others in the photograph are members of the Clinton County 4-H Endowment Committee. From left are Tracie Montague, Scot Gerber, Anne Foxworthy, Alexa, Heather, Mike Cowman, Randy Pinkerton, Judy Cowman and Brad Woodruff.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_boyer_awards_p_f.jpgStanding fourth and fifth from the left in the Hog Barn sale ring are the recipients of the 2016 Lois Boyer Scholarship, Alexa Cochran and Heather Hurtt, each of whom was awarded $500. The others in the photograph are members of the Clinton County 4-H Endowment Committee. From left are Tracie Montague, Scot Gerber, Anne Foxworthy, Alexa, Heather, Mike Cowman, Randy Pinkerton, Judy Cowman and Brad Woodruff.
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