The Indiana 4H Foundation awards scholarships to local teen PDF Print E-mail

Savannah Robinson of Georgetown, Indiana was awarded the Indiana 4H Foundation Healthy Living, Food and Nutrition Science Scholarship today at the 2015 Leadership Congress. Lori Tennell from Farm Credit Mid-South who sponsored the scholarship presented the award to Robinson during the luncheon held at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis, Indiana.


Robinson currently serves on the teen board of the Louisville Zoo and senior executive teen board of Kosair Children’s Hospital. She has received numerous 4-H awards including Harrison County +250 Project Award, Harrison County +200 Project Award, Harrison Country  +125 Project Award, Above & Beyond Awards, Golden Clover Award, grand champions/reserve grand champions and merits. Robinson also dances classical ballet and figure skates. Robinson is a member of the National Honor Society and has 3.9 grade point average. She enjoys horseback riding and science. Robinson is a senior at Willow Creek Christian Academy and hopes to study zoology and one day work in orangutan research. She is a Harrison County 4H member and a member of Harrison County Junior Leaders.

Pictured (at left) left to right is Lori Tennell, Farm Credit, Savannah Robinson Harrison County, Tristan Swihart, Elhart County and Gary Coleman, Farm Credit. Swihart received the citizenship scholarship also sponsored by Farm Credit. He is a junior at Northridge High School.