Evans wins trophy at State Fair


Riley Evans of Washington C.H. won a Clock Trophy at the 2015 Ohio State Fair in the Senior Workforce Preparation category. Evans competed against several other 4-H teen members across the state of Ohio and took the top honors in the senior division. He used his experiences of volunteer camp counseling for Fayette County Cloverbud Day Camp, Fayette County 4-H Camp, and the Operation: Ohio Military Kids Camp within his workforce preparation interview to discuss workforce skills he has learned from these experiences and how they are applicable to his future career. Evans is a member of the Funny Farmers 4-H Club and a senior at Miami Trace High School. Evans is the 17-year-old son of Todd and Raquel Evans.


Riley Evans of Washington C.H. won a Clock Trophy at the 2015 Ohio State Fair in the Senior Workforce Preparation category. Evans competed against several other 4-H teen members across the state of Ohio and took the top honors in the senior division. He used his experiences of volunteer camp counseling for Fayette County Cloverbud Day Camp, Fayette County 4-H Camp, and the Operation: Ohio Military Kids Camp within his workforce preparation interview to discuss workforce skills he has learned from these experiences and how they are applicable to his future career. Evans is a member of the Funny Farmers 4-H Club and a senior at Miami Trace High School. Evans is the 17-year-old son of Todd and Raquel Evans.

Riley Evans of Washington C.H. won a Clock Trophy at the 2015 Ohio State Fair in the Senior Workforce Preparation category. Evans competed against several other 4-H teen members across the state of Ohio and took the top honors in the senior division. He used his experiences of volunteer camp counseling for Fayette County Cloverbud Day Camp, Fayette County 4-H Camp, and the Operation: Ohio Military Kids Camp within his workforce preparation interview to discuss workforce skills he has learned from these experiences and how they are applicable to his future career. Evans is a member of the Funny Farmers 4-H Club and a senior at Miami Trace High School. Evans is the 17-year-old son of Todd and Raquel Evans.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2015/08/web1_EvansStateFair.jpgRiley Evans of Washington C.H. won a Clock Trophy at the 2015 Ohio State Fair in the Senior Workforce Preparation category. Evans competed against several other 4-H teen members across the state of Ohio and took the top honors in the senior division. He used his experiences of volunteer camp counseling for Fayette County Cloverbud Day Camp, Fayette County 4-H Camp, and the Operation: Ohio Military Kids Camp within his workforce preparation interview to discuss workforce skills he has learned from these experiences and how they are applicable to his future career. Evans is a member of the Funny Farmers 4-H Club and a senior at Miami Trace High School. Evans is the 17-year-old son of Todd and Raquel Evans.