Maggie Miller of Port Washington was one of 25 youth recently recognized with an Ohio 4-H Achievement Award for their outstanding efforts in Meat Goat projects.

Maggie Miller, 17, is a nine-year Tuscarawas County 4-H member active in meat goat and swine projects. Maggie is the daughter of Michael and Emily Miller of Port Washington, Ohio. She is currently a junior at Indian Valley High School and plans on attending The Ohio State University ATI and majoring in animal science. Maggie is passionate about livestock and agriculture and plans to be become a livestock nutritionist.

Maggie Miller will attend the National 4-H Congress in Atlanta this fall with youth from all over the country.

The Ohio 4-H Achievement Awards are hosted annually by the Ohio 4-H Foundation at the Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center in Columbus.

Ohio 4-H is the youth development program of Ohio State University Extension, part of the Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. More than 156,000 young Ohioans participate in 4-H clubs, groups and special interest programs.

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