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  • Goering treasurer for K-State Wild Kids 4-H Club in McPherson

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  • Editor's note: This is the fifth in a series highlighting the club secretaries and treasurers.
    This year, I am highlighting the McPherson County 4-H club secretaries and treasurers. Taylor Goering is the treasurer for K-State Wild Kids 4-H Club in McPherson.
    She is 13 years old and is the daughter of Greg and Tammy Goering of McPherson.
    She is an eighth-grader at McPherson Middle School. Goering is enrolled in beef, sheep, swine, photography, clothing buymanship, and leadership.
    Besides being treasurer of her club, she has also been secretary, reporter, and parliamentarian. Goering says the best thing about the K-State Wild Kids 4-H club is that they have a good group of members willing to work together.
    Her favorite part of 4-H is showing cattle, staying the night at the fair, and getting to meet new people around the state. Goring is excited to try something new this year in 4-H. Besides anticipating showing beef this year, she will be adding showing pigs as well since it is her first year in the swine project. Goering is also involved with Junior Leaders and raising money for exchange trips. This summer Junior Leaders will be hosting 4-H members from Pennsylvania as they visit Kansas.
    Besides 4-H, Goring is also involved in volleyball, track, boys basketball manager, youth group, Kansas Junior Livestock Association, Kansas Simmental Association, American Chi Association, and the American Shorthorn Association.
    An interesting fact about Goring is that she is very outgoing and likes making new friends. Thanks for being a friend of McPherson County 4-H, Taylor.
    Kendra Baehler is the 4-H and youth extension agent for the McPherson County K-State Extension Service office. She can be reached by calling 241-1523.
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