All-N-One members have successful 4-H year


Fayette County had two representatives participating in the Ohio State Fair Horse Show. Andrew Robinson, left, showed in horsemanship and western pleasure, and Madison Johnson, right, showed in showmanship, horsemanship and western pleasure. They are both members of the All-N-One 4-H Club.


The first place winners in the Jr. Horse Showmanship Classes at the Fayette County Fair were (L to R): Garren Walker, Showmanship first year, Anya Matthews English Showmanship, Madison Johnson Showmanship 14 and under, Bethany Reiterman Showmanship 15 and over, Haley Fletcher Showmanship second year and Brittany Martindale Pony Showmanship.


The Horse High Point Winnters were Andrea Robinson, 14 and under, and Fayette County Horse Queen Skylynn Barden, 15 and over. Not pictured was Haley Fletcher for Walk Trot.


Peyton Johnson is the 8-year-old daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg. Peyton received first with her lamb Roxy at the Fayette County Fair, second at the Madison County Fair and honorable mention at the Ohio State Fair. She is a Clover Bud member in the All-N-One 4-H Club.


Madison Johnson received reserve overall showman with her horse Happy. She also placed fourth in versatility, second in beef feeder showmanship sixth, seventh and eighth grade, second and third with her beef feeder, best of the best secretary, a junior superintendent and State Fair Representative. Madison is the daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg, and a member of the All-N-One 4-H Club.


The daughters of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg had a great year showing Roxy in the Guys and Gals Lead. Peyton (left) and Karlee (right) received first at the Madison County Fair, third at the Fayette County Fair and second at the Ohio State Fair. This is their first year showing in the Pairs Class. Peyton has been showing for three years and this is Karlee’s first year. They are both Clover Bud members of the All-N-One 4-H Club.


Hidy Kirkpatrick (left), daughter of Brent and Sara Kirkpatrick of Washington Court House, received Best of the Best on her Treasurer’s Book. Madison Johnson (right), daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg, received Best of the Best on her Secretary’s Book. They are both members of the All-N-One 4-H Club. Also, other All-N-One officers receiving awards were: Bethany Reiterman, Best of the Best President; Taylor Perkins, Outstanding Vice President; Andrea Robinson, Best of the Best News Reporter; Kayla Miller, Best of the Best Community Service; Kay Kotlinski, Best of the Best Environmental and Victoria Miller, Best of the Best Health.


Fayette County had two representatives participating in the Ohio State Fair Horse Show. Andrew Robinson, left, showed in horsemanship and western pleasure, and Madison Johnson, right, showed in showmanship, horsemanship and western pleasure. They are both members of the All-N-One 4-H Club.

The first place winners in the Jr. Horse Showmanship Classes at the Fayette County Fair were (L to R): Garren Walker, Showmanship first year, Anya Matthews English Showmanship, Madison Johnson Showmanship 14 and under, Bethany Reiterman Showmanship 15 and over, Haley Fletcher Showmanship second year and Brittany Martindale Pony Showmanship.

The Horse High Point Winnters were Andrea Robinson, 14 and under, and Fayette County Horse Queen Skylynn Barden, 15 and over. Not pictured was Haley Fletcher for Walk Trot.

Peyton Johnson is the 8-year-old daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg. Peyton received first with her lamb Roxy at the Fayette County Fair, second at the Madison County Fair and honorable mention at the Ohio State Fair. She is a Clover Bud member in the All-N-One 4-H Club.

Madison Johnson received reserve overall showman with her horse Happy. She also placed fourth in versatility, second in beef feeder showmanship sixth, seventh and eighth grade, second and third with her beef feeder, best of the best secretary, a junior superintendent and State Fair Representative. Madison is the daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg, and a member of the All-N-One 4-H Club.

The daughters of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg had a great year showing Roxy in the Guys and Gals Lead. Peyton (left) and Karlee (right) received first at the Madison County Fair, third at the Fayette County Fair and second at the Ohio State Fair. This is their first year showing in the Pairs Class. Peyton has been showing for three years and this is Karlee’s first year. They are both Clover Bud members of the All-N-One 4-H Club.

Hidy Kirkpatrick (left), daughter of Brent and Sara Kirkpatrick of Washington Court House, received Best of the Best on her Treasurer’s Book. Madison Johnson (right), daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg, received Best of the Best on her Secretary’s Book. They are both members of the All-N-One 4-H Club. Also, other All-N-One officers receiving awards were: Bethany Reiterman, Best of the Best President; Taylor Perkins, Outstanding Vice President; Andrea Robinson, Best of the Best News Reporter; Kayla Miller, Best of the Best Community Service; Kay Kotlinski, Best of the Best Environmental and Victoria Miller, Best of the Best Health.

Fayette County had two representatives participating in the Ohio State Fair Horse Show. Andrew Robinson, left, showed in horsemanship and western pleasure, and Madison Johnson, right, showed in showmanship, horsemanship and western pleasure. They are both members of the All-N-One 4-H Club.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_img438.jpgFayette County had two representatives participating in the Ohio State Fair Horse Show. Andrew Robinson, left, showed in horsemanship and western pleasure, and Madison Johnson, right, showed in showmanship, horsemanship and western pleasure. They are both members of the All-N-One 4-H Club.

The first place winners in the Jr. Horse Showmanship Classes at the Fayette County Fair were (L to R): Garren Walker, Showmanship first year, Anya Matthews English Showmanship, Madison Johnson Showmanship 14 and under, Bethany Reiterman Showmanship 15 and over, Haley Fletcher Showmanship second year and Brittany Martindale Pony Showmanship.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_img439.jpgThe first place winners in the Jr. Horse Showmanship Classes at the Fayette County Fair were (L to R): Garren Walker, Showmanship first year, Anya Matthews English Showmanship, Madison Johnson Showmanship 14 and under, Bethany Reiterman Showmanship 15 and over, Haley Fletcher Showmanship second year and Brittany Martindale Pony Showmanship.

The Horse High Point Winnters were Andrea Robinson, 14 and under, and Fayette County Horse Queen Skylynn Barden, 15 and over. Not pictured was Haley Fletcher for Walk Trot.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_img440.jpgThe Horse High Point Winnters were Andrea Robinson, 14 and under, and Fayette County Horse Queen Skylynn Barden, 15 and over. Not pictured was Haley Fletcher for Walk Trot.

Peyton Johnson is the 8-year-old daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg. Peyton received first with her lamb Roxy at the Fayette County Fair, second at the Madison County Fair and honorable mention at the Ohio State Fair. She is a Clover Bud member in the All-N-One 4-H Club.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_img441.jpgPeyton Johnson is the 8-year-old daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg. Peyton received first with her lamb Roxy at the Fayette County Fair, second at the Madison County Fair and honorable mention at the Ohio State Fair. She is a Clover Bud member in the All-N-One 4-H Club.

Madison Johnson received reserve overall showman with her horse Happy. She also placed fourth in versatility, second in beef feeder showmanship sixth, seventh and eighth grade, second and third with her beef feeder, best of the best secretary, a junior superintendent and State Fair Representative. Madison is the daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg, and a member of the All-N-One 4-H Club.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_img442.jpgMadison Johnson received reserve overall showman with her horse Happy. She also placed fourth in versatility, second in beef feeder showmanship sixth, seventh and eighth grade, second and third with her beef feeder, best of the best secretary, a junior superintendent and State Fair Representative. Madison is the daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg, and a member of the All-N-One 4-H Club.

The daughters of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg had a great year showing Roxy in the Guys and Gals Lead. Peyton (left) and Karlee (right) received first at the Madison County Fair, third at the Fayette County Fair and second at the Ohio State Fair. This is their first year showing in the Pairs Class. Peyton has been showing for three years and this is Karlee’s first year. They are both Clover Bud members of the All-N-One 4-H Club.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_img444.jpgThe daughters of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg had a great year showing Roxy in the Guys and Gals Lead. Peyton (left) and Karlee (right) received first at the Madison County Fair, third at the Fayette County Fair and second at the Ohio State Fair. This is their first year showing in the Pairs Class. Peyton has been showing for three years and this is Karlee’s first year. They are both Clover Bud members of the All-N-One 4-H Club.

Hidy Kirkpatrick (left), daughter of Brent and Sara Kirkpatrick of Washington Court House, received Best of the Best on her Treasurer’s Book. Madison Johnson (right), daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg, received Best of the Best on her Secretary’s Book. They are both members of the All-N-One 4-H Club. Also, other All-N-One officers receiving awards were: Bethany Reiterman, Best of the Best President; Taylor Perkins, Outstanding Vice President; Andrea Robinson, Best of the Best News Reporter; Kayla Miller, Best of the Best Community Service; Kay Kotlinski, Best of the Best Environmental and Victoria Miller, Best of the Best Health.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_img445.jpgHidy Kirkpatrick (left), daughter of Brent and Sara Kirkpatrick of Washington Court House, received Best of the Best on her Treasurer’s Book. Madison Johnson (right), daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg, received Best of the Best on her Secretary’s Book. They are both members of the All-N-One 4-H Club. Also, other All-N-One officers receiving awards were: Bethany Reiterman, Best of the Best President; Taylor Perkins, Outstanding Vice President; Andrea Robinson, Best of the Best News Reporter; Kayla Miller, Best of the Best Community Service; Kay Kotlinski, Best of the Best Environmental and Victoria Miller, Best of the Best Health.
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