4-H stays with her

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Posted: January 4, 2014

The Winchester Star

Having aged out of 4-H, Hannah McDonald, 19, of Cross Junction (right) now advises members of the 4-H judging team, including Melanie Miller, 15, of Frederick County. They watch as Hannah’s horse Cody strikes a pose. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)
A 4-H member since she was 7, Hannah has now taken on an adviser role, helping younger members. Her mother Rose McDonald shares her passion for horses and riding.
A 4-H member since she was 7, Hannah McDonald of Cross Junction gets some attention from her horses during a visit to her home. She is 19 and a student at Virginia Tech. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)

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