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Nicodemus prepares for her third 4-H fair

May 17, 2013

Emma Nicodemus, a fifth grader at Coesse Elementary School, is a third-year 4-H member. Post & Mail photo / Jackie Leeuw

COLUMBIA CITY — Emma Nicodemus is no stranger to the Whitley County 4-H program.

Nicodemus grew up watching her older cousins Tanner, Colin, Ethan and Aly Nicodemus participate in 4-H.

Nicodemus is the daughter of Steve and Amy Nicodemus. She attends Coesse Elementary School where she is in the fifth grade.

Her projects for the year include pigs and feeder calves.

Growing up around her cousins and their animals, Nicodemus wanted to join 4-H because of her cousins. She said she likes to do whatever her cousins are doing.

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