Emily Streams, LeeAnn Moore, Joseph Parke, and Amy Kriebel (from left) were among recent winners of 4-H outstanding achievement awards.

COLLEGEVILLE PA – Amy Kriebel of Harleysville PA, LeeAnn Moore of Perkiomenville PA, and Emily Streams of Lederach all recently were honored by Mid-Atlantic Farm Credit, an agricultural and home lender, for outstanding achievements during 2009 in livestock and animal projects they conducted as members of the Montgomery County PA 4-H Program.

Kriebel won top honors in the senior goat division; Moore, in the junior horse division; and Streams, in junior beef.

In addition to receiving a trophy for their efforts, the names of all winners were engraved on a permanent display at the county 4-H center, Route 113, Collegeville PA. 4-H Coordinator Nancy Kadwill thanked Mid-Atlantic for its continued support.

County 4-H programs are open to all boys and girls between ages 8 and Besides animal-interests, 4-H clubs also cover model rockets, crafts, sewing, gardening, shooting sports, public speaking, and other areas. Animal categories include horses, horse science, dog care and obedience, sheep, swine, rabbits, cavies, poultry, cat care, dairy cows and goats, raising Seeing Eye Puppies, pet care, veterinary science, and beef. For more information, call the 4-H at 610-489-4315.

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