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Kimball-Banner 4-H annual awards


John Verser

Monica Wasielewski, left, and Christina Grubbs were honored at Sunday's annual 4-H awards banquet. Wasielewski was named the outstanding 4-H member for 2014. Those who nominated her for the award said she is "nothing short of a delight," does everything "with a smile on her face," has a drive about her and is always willing to help, and is passionate about both 4-H and FFA. Wasielewski is a student at Kimball High School. Grubbs received the "I Dare You Award." This award is given annually to a junior or senior based on personal integrity, balanced living and motivation for leadership. The award was first given in 1941 by William H. Danforth, the founder of the Ralston Purina Company. Grubbs is a senior at Banner County High School.

The Kimball-Banner 4-H Club held its award ceremony on Sunday at Kim Bowl.

In addition to those pictured, awards included

First-year members

Alex Anton, Aiden Drake, Ethan Evans, Kyle Evans, Kylie Fiehtner, Javier Figueroa, Christopher Foster, Corey Gardner, Devin Gardner, Aaron Gillming, Taylor Hafeman, Charlotte Hargreaves, Marie Hein, Kalem Jackson, Mikayla Lee, Drake Linscott, Shannen Marks, Brooke Milam, Jacob Miller, Josh Miller, Grace Murdoch, Kailey Nicklas, Kyla Ramsey, Ambri Rogers, Hannah Schildhaner, Jasmine Schindler-Ivy, Emily Singleton, Bailee Underhill and Julia Winstrom....

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