Sparking an interest

Posted on Jul 26 2017 in Miami-Cass REMC

Fulton County REMC’s Greg Bitterling talks to a 4-H Electric participant.

Miami-Cass REMC is proud to continue to support the 4-H Electric program in both Miami and Cass counties. Fair judging took place last month for both counties. Judges for Miami County included Dave Lewallen and Emily Howard of Marshall County REMC, Greg Bitterling of Fulton County REMC, and Rachel Olsen and Garrett Keiser of Heartland REMC. Judges for Cass County included Neil Draper of Heartland REMC along with Olsen, Bitterling, Keiser and Lewallen. Great job to all who entered projects. We hope to see all of these 4-H Electric members next year.

Miami County winners were:

Division I: Eli Sinnamon, champion; Joannah Wildermuth, reserve champion; Honors: Lucas Musser and Nathan Roesler

Division II: Calie France, champion; Isaiah Butcher, reserve champion

Division III: Haley Washburn, champion; Eric Brown, reserve champion

Division IV: Ethan Butcher, champion; Owen Knight, reserve champion

Advanced Electricity: Lincoln Wildermuth, champion

Advanced Electronics: Matthew Willson, champion; Madelynn Lorenz, reserve champion

Overall Grand Champion: Haley Washburn

Cass County winners were:

Division I: Evan Adams, champion; Arrik Miller, reserve champion; honors: Kevin Gluth, Taylor Mills, Olivia Thomas, Adams and Miller

Division II: Elija Sedam, poster champion; Marynn Gilsinger, Shaker light champion; Kruz Freeman, reserve champion

Division III: Jeffrey Mills, champion; Theo Curtis, reserve champion

Division IV: Brian Gluth, champion; Thomas Mills, reserve champion

Division V-X Electronics: Wesley Hopkins, champion

Division VI-X Electricity: Jacob Paschen, champion; Benjamin Vanderburg, reserve champion

Judges’ Award: Brian Gluth