Pulaski County 4-H Royalty

Regan Culp continues to be royalty as she was recently named one of 33 Indiana women selected as a 500 Festival Princess.  Culp is the second Pulaski County resident to become a 500 Festival Princess in the last five years. Her royal titles include being named one of two Pulaski County 4-H Royalty...
Ethan Shannon and Kirsten Calloway were named the  2019 4-H Royalty. The court includes Valerie Field, McKenzie Mitchell, Emily Field and Taylor Clark.
Pulaski County Fair and 4-H continued the tradition of thanking those who give their time and talents while also welcoming the new 4-H royalty on June 29, the first official day of fair.  At the achievement program, 4-H members were recognized for their years in 4-H and their leaders were honored...
Rachel Ploss was named 4-H Royalty during the 2018 Pulaski County 4-H and Community Fair Achievement Program on Saturday. Valerie Field and Emily Field were named the 4-H Royalty Court.
Due to the small number of 4-H Royalty candidates, it was decided that only one young member would be named the 4-H Royalty. This year it was Rachel Ploss.  Ploss is not new to the 4-H Royalty Court. She was part of the court in 2016 and 2017. She was also first runner-up Miss Pulaski County in...
See more 4-H photos and stories the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.

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