Sarah Garst, 19, of Thorntown, is a 2012 graduate of Western Boone High School. Her parents are Joseph and Wanda Garst. Her sponsoring organization is Zionsville County Veterinary Clinic. A 10-year member of 4-H, her club is the Sugar Creek Mavericks. Her 4-H projects include beef, dairy goat, horse and pony, llama and alpaca, misc. crafts and starter calf, 10 years; leather craft, meat goats and veterinary science, seven years; garden and sheep, six years; photography, four years; shooting sports, three years; and dog obedience, one year. Her 4-H awards and activities include Mavericks vice president, fair council member, 4-H round up participant, and 4-H veterinary science workshop. Outside of 4-H, her activities and honors include Purdue University dean’s list, Purdue veterinary scholars, Purdue dean’s scholars, animal science mentor, Purdue Collegiate Farm Bureau, Heifer International, Western Boone FFA, National Honor Society and Western Boone Academic Top Ten. She is employed at Zionsville County Veterinary Clinic. She enjoys helping teach the preschool Sunday school class at St. Joe’s, volunteering at Animalia, working on her family farm, and spending time with her family and friends.
Lee Ann Horlacher
Lee Ann Horlacher, 17, of Thorntown, will graduate from Western Boone High School in 2015. She is the daughter of Doug and Dianne Horlacher. Her sponsoring organization is Psi Iota Xi. She is a member of the Jefferson Harvesters 4-H club. Her 4-H projects include dairy, seven years; and junior leaders and photography, two years. Outside of 4-H, her activities include cheerleading at WeBo, dancing, softball, Sunshine Society, Foreign Interest Club, ecology, golf and the Summit (church youth group). Her employment includes baby-sitting. “In my free time, I like to spend time with friends and family. I love to travel and take long walks. I enjoy reading, wake boarding and horseback riding.”