4-H Scholarships Presented at 2016 Recognition Night Program

The Foundation’s Program and Donor Relations Manager Kristy Smith presented five scholarships totaling $6,300 at the Washington County 4-H banquet on Saturday, April 9th.  Mrs. Smith awarded the following recipients and scholarships:

  •  Chloe Bellerive received the Mildred A. Schmid 4-H Scholarship of $2,000
  • Rose Froelich received the 4-H Dairy Scholarship of $2,000
  • McCall Griffith received the Barry W. McAllister Memorial Scholarship of $300
  • Hunter Harshman and Jessica Kirby both received the 4-H Livestock Scholarship of $1,000 a piece

Chloe Bellerive

Chloe Bellerive has been a 4-H member since 2008, serving in different capacities, including president, vice president and secretary. She is also a member of the National Technical Honor Society, Future Farmers of America and Homecoming/Prom Committee. Chloe will graduate from Washington County Technical High School and attend a four-year university in the fall, majoring in pre-veterinary medicine.

Rose Froelich volunteers at STAR Equestrian Center, leases dairy goats to new 4-H members and has gone on two mission trips, including one to the Philippians. She will attend Frederick Community College in the fall.

McCall Griffith currently attends Hagerstown Community College pursuing a career in the paramedic field.

Hunter Harshman serves as president of the Clear Spring Future Farmers of America and vice president of the 4-H Livestock Club. He also volunteers at a local church with Micah’s Backpack. Hunter will graduate from Clear Spring High School and attend Universal Technical Institute to become a diesel mechanic.

Jessica Kirby participates in Future Farmers of America, 4-H and a variety of community service activities. She will graduate from Clear Spring High School and attend Hagerstown Community College to pursue a nursing degree.