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Tradition takes Pettigrew into 4th year of 4-H

May 30, 2013

Evan Pettigrew is a four-year 4-H member. He is a sixth grader at Indian Springs Middle School, and will show goats, swine and beef at the Whitley County 4-H Fair in July. Post & Mail photo / Jackie Leeuw

COLUMBIA CITY — 4-H roots grow deep for the Pettigrew family.

Evan Pettigrew is a fourth-year 4-H member and is a part of a family that has been through the 4-H program for many years.

Pettigrew’s four uncles and his father were all part of the organization growing up.

Now Pettigrew and his four siblings continue on the 4-H experience.

Pettigrew, the son of Jerry and Amy Pettigrew, attends Indian Springs Middle School where he is a sixth grader.

He is the third child in his family to be involved in 4-H.

His older sister Brook is in her ninth year and his brother Jake is in his eighth year.

Pettigrew's younger siblings, Jarin and Brant, will anticipate 4-H in the coming years.

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