SCOTCH PLAINS — Debra Moscatiello (left) of the NJ Dept. of Agriculture presents Bria Cherelle Barnes of Scotch Plains with the New Jersey Agricultural Achievement Award at the New Jersey Breeder’s Luncheon in Eastampton on Sunday, Jan. 30. The Union County 4-H member was also awarded with a $500 scholarship sponsored by Amy Butewicz, a former New Jersey Equestrian of the Year who wanted to give back to the community. Barnes, a Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School senior who plans to go into nursing, was selected based upon her essay, which answered the question: “How has your involvement within 4-H helped to shape your future career choice?” (Photo courtesy of NJ Department of Agriculture)
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