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4-H Scholarship Recipients
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Saul Miller

The 4-H Holding Board announced the following scholarship recipients.
Chandra Devine, a 2010 graduate of Macksville High School, is a freshman at Kansas State University majoring in animal science and industry. She was a 4-H member for eight years in the Great Bend City Slickers club. She served as president for her club, the Barton County 4-H Council and the 4-H Livestock Committee.  In high school, she was active in Student Council and Kayettes.  Devine was consistently on the honor roll and was an Ag Challenge of Champions state winner through the Kansas Fairs and Festivals Association.  She is the daughter of Richard and Laura Devine, Seward.
Sarah Kaiser, a 2010 graduate of Hoisington High School, is majoring in education at Barton Community College.  Her 4-H accomplishments include the 4-H Key Award and holding many offices in the Eureka Homesteaders club.  She was a 4-H camp counselor for four years and was a 4-H Ambassador. In high school, she was junior and senior class president, a member of the National Honor Society and on the track team. She is the daughter of Randy and Michelle Kaiser, Hoisington.
Saul Miller, a 2010 graduate of Ellinwood High School, is a freshman at Kansas State University majoring in chemical engineering.  As a 12-year member of the Ellinwood Energizers 4-H club and was a 4-H Ambassador for four years, he has served in several leadership positions. He was a member of the State 4-H Livestock Skillathon team, traveling to Louisville, Ky., for the national contest.  In high school, he was active in FFA and golf, and was on the stage crew for theater productions for four years. He is the son of Kelly and Fawnia Miller, Ellinwood.
The 4-H Holding Board Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation and all funds are used for the benefit of 4-H youth of Barton County.  Matching funds for scholarships were provided by Chari Miller, in memory of Allan V. Miller who served as a volunteer 4-H leader for many years.