ORONO – The Pine Tree State 4-H Foundation has awarded Amanda Stinson of Bowdoin the 2004 Claude F. Clement Post-Secondary Educational Scholarship of $1,000.

Stinson, a member of 4-H for 13 years, was presented the award at the foundation’s annual meeting on May 14 in Orono. She has been active in 4-H and has served as president of two clubs.

Stinson has participated in the Eastern States Exposition as a volunteer and attended Citizenship Washington Focus and the AJSA National Classics.

In school, Stinson has participated in chorus and band and plans to become a veterinarian. She will attend SUNY Cobleskill to major in pre-veterinary science.


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