Shelby County 4-H has indeed taken 10-year members Adam and Trent Tomamichel on an incredible journey – one that may quite literally propel them to great things in the future.
Meanwhile, the experience has also been picture perfect for 10-year member Emma Weintraut.
These three are the final 10-year Shelby County 4-H members to be profiled in this strange 2020 year. The Shelbyville News is pleased to share the accomplishments of these 21 outstanding youth and hopes you’ll take time to review the special 4-H section inserted in today’s newspaper.
Here are our final 10-year member capsules.
Adam is a son of Todd and Melissa Tomamichel. He attended Triton Central High School and is a 10 year 4-H member.
While in 4-H, Adam was a member of the Triton 4-H club. He attended the 4-H achievement trip to Chicago, which he describes as “a memorable experience I will never forget.”
Adam plans to attend Purdue University where he will major in Unmanned Systems.
Trent is a son of Todd and Melissa Tomamichel. He attended Triton Central High School and is a 10 year 4-H member.
While in 4-H, Trent was a member of the Triton 4-H club. His favorite 4-H project was Model cars.
His most memorable 4-H experience was having his projects go to State Fair where he received many blue ribbons and special merits.
In the future, Trent plans to work at a body shop.
Emma is a 10 year 4-H member with the Liberty Lucky Charms 4-H Club. She has enjoyed taking the foods project as well as photography.
A photo of Emma was not available at press time.