Savannah Marie Connolly is 17 years old with blue eyes and blonde hair. She is the daughter of Charles and Donna Connolly. Savannah resides in Columbia and attends Pope John XXIII Regional High School.
Savannah's community involvement is being a part of SATC which is where she volunteers to help the disabled.
Savannah is involved in Robotics and Operation Smile Club. She also babysits.
Savannah's agricultural activity involves being a part of the 4-H council. Savannah won Warren County Farmers Fair Princess in 2011. She enjoys car design. Her hair is naturally white-blonde and she loves to read.
Katherine Glynn Inscho is 19 years old with brown eyes and blonde hair. She is the daughter of John and Jodee Inscho. Katherine resides in Liberty Township and attends Warren County Community College. Katherine's special training includes Red Cross CPR Certification and Babysitting Certification.
Katherine's community involvement includes doing roadside clean-ups for Independence Township and Liberty Township, nursing home visits with miniature horses, food pantry donations for 4-H and Church, Sunday School teacher at Free Union United Methodist Church, blanket/food donations, annual toy drive and tree lighting, Christmas caroling at nursing homes.
Katherine enjoys horseback riding, kayaking and hiking. She is involved in the Stablemates 4-H club, Warren County Teen Council, member of Free Union United Methodist Church, County Line Crawlers, Appaloosa Horse Club, Garden State Appaloosa Association, Keystone Appaloosa Club and Miniature Horse Association.
Katherine's agricultural activities include employment at Liberty Sod Farms, riding and showing Appaloosa and Miniature Horses, helping younger 4-H members with their projects, feeding and taking care of horses at Meadows Farm, Warren County 4-H judging, Hippology and Horse Bowl Team, National 4-H Round Up Horse Judging Team.
Katherine is the current Warren County 4-H Equestrian of the Year. She participated in a live TV news broadcast to help promote the Warren County Farmers Fair and the agriculture opportunities that it offers to the Community.
Gracie Morgan Klimas is 20 years old with green eyes and blonde hair. She is the daughter of Victor and Ruby Klimas. Gracie resides in Great Meadows and attends Penn Foster College. Gracie is a certified PEMF Therapy Practitioner. Gracie's community involvement includes 4-H roadside clean-ups, annual Christmas Tree lighting & food drive, nursing home holiday caroling, Girl Scouts horseback riding badge, annual winter food drive, church donations, goodwill donations, Warren County Farmers Fair yearly clean up, Warren county Farmers Fair yearly flower planting and Warren County Farmers Fair yearly horse barn & arena clean up.
Gracie's hobbies include horses, horseback riding, fishing, ATVing, jeep rock crawling and mudding. She belongs to American Professional Rodeo Association, International Professional Rodeo Association, Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, Women's Professional Rodeo Association, Southern Extreme Barrel Racing Association and American Quarter Horse Association. She is part of the GATE (gifted and talented) program, volleyball team, cross country team, track & field team, robotic education & competition team, D.A.R.E program, salute to our Veterans, theater, school play, choir, pen pal program, art program, girls on the run program, girl scouts, mock law trials, quiz bowl, debate club, student council and student media.
Gracie's agricultural activities include Horseback Riding Trainer, Western Performance Horse Trainer, AQHA congress top 10,15 and finalist, AQHA world finalist, AQHA youth all-around champion, twelve-time NJQHA circuit champion, 2018 Warren County Farmers Fair High-Point Saddle winner, Nine Pines pleasure show year end saddle winner, 2018 PRC youth 1D year end buckle winner, multiple rodeo and barrel race wins and placings, 2016-2017 StableMates 4-H club secretary, 2017-2018 StableMates 4-H club vice-president and treasurer, 2018-2019 StableMates 4-H club president and co-treasurer, 4-H State Horse Show Barrel Racing Champion, 4-H State Horse Show Hunter Under Saddle Champion, 4-H State Horse Show Pole Bending Reserve Champion, 4-H State Horse Show Keyhole Bronze Champion, 2017 Warren County Farmers Fair Round Robin Equine Showmanship Class Winner, 2017 Warren County Farmers Fair Round Robin Competitor, 2018 Qualified for National Hippology Team, 2019 Horse Bowl, Hippology, Horse Judging Team A Captain, 2019 State Horse Bowl Competition 3rd Place Overall, 2019 State Hippology Competition 3rd Place Team Problems, 2019 State Hippology Competition 6th Place Overall Team, 2019 State Hippology Competition 8th Place High Individual, 2019 State Hippology Competition 9th Place Individual Phase A, 2019 State Horse Hippology Competition 8th Place Individual Phase C, 2019 State Horse Judging Competition 11th Place High Individual, 2019 State Horse Judging Competition 3rd Individual Halter, 2019 Qualified for National Hippology Team and 2019 Qualified for National Horse Judging Team.
Gracie was the former 2010 Warren County Farmers Fair Princess. She has done Vaulting (Gymanastics on Horseback). She was featured in and spoke about the Warren County Farmers Fair in the NJ.com's Official 2018 Fair Video. Gracie has been riding horses since before she could walk and showing horses competitively since the age of 2. She owns and operates 3 Agricultural Businesses which are GM Performance Horses, Arrow Z Equine and Arrow Z MagnaWave.
Kimberly Kolibas is 18 years old with green eyes and brown hair. She is the daughter of Jeff and Katherine Kolibas. Kimberly resides in Belvidere graduated from Belvidere High School.
Kimberly's community involvement includes serving lunch to the Belvidere Community at the Community Center with the NHS and FEA, volunteered at bring your child to work day through the FEA at Belvidere High School and does roadside clean-ups with 4-H clubs.
Kimberly's school clubs include National Honor Society (NHS), Future Educators of America (FEA), Future Farmers of America (FFA) and Math Honors Society.
Kimberly's agricultural activities include being a member of Warren County 4-H for years, enrolled in Kidding Around & Farmyard Frenzy, part of the Equine Science Team and works on many farms including her families orchard.
Kimberly is a barrel racer, member of the Pennsylvania High School Rodeo Association and the Women's Professional Rodeo Association.
Kaitlin Nicole Smith is 20 years old with brown eyes and brown hair. She is the daughter of Ken and Patricia Smith. Kaitlin resides in Washington and attends the University of Delaware. Kaitlin's special training include being certified in CPR and First Aid.
Kaitlin's community service includes volunteering at Common Sense for Animals, Habitat for Humanity, Warren Hills Relay for Life and Warren Hills Alumni Fundraisers.
Kaitlin's hobbies include softball, basketball and selling succulents. She is a Girl Scouts Life Member and IFTSA Member. She is the Vice-President of UD Food Science Club, the Secretary of UD Horticulture Club, a member of ARBA and APA. She has been involved with 4-H for ten years.
Kaitlin's agricultural activities include being a member of Warren Hills Alumni and Sigma Alpha Professional Agricultural Sorority. She also works at Family Affair Florist as a floral designer. She raises and shows rabbits, chickens and cavy.
Kaitlin raises six different types of chickens and six breeds of rabbits. She placed sixth individual placed in the NJFFA Dairy Product CDE. She has a major in UD Food Science and Plant Science. She has applied for a Cheese Making Internship at the University of Delaware.
Kara Cace is 6 years old with blue eyes and blonde hair. She is the daughter of Anthony and Lisa Cace.
Kara resides in Greenwich and attends Greenwich Elementary School. Kara’s hobbies include swimming, bike riding, doing crafts.
Kara’s agricultural activities include trapping cats for TNR which is a trap neuter release program for cats.
Kara is known as the “dog trainer” for the rescue her family runs.
Kaitlyn Olivia Cutro is 9 years old with blue eyes and light brown hair. She is the daughter of Nicholas and Kristen Cutro. Kaitlyn resides in Oxford and attends Oxford Central School.
Kaitlyn’s activities are playing soccer, basketball and lacrosse. She is a member of the Girl Scouts.
Kaitlyn’s agricultural activities are barrel races and member of the Stablemates 4-H club.
Kaitlyn barrel races competitively. She won the end of year award in 2020 at Plainfield Riding Club.
Kinsley Wendy Kise is 10 years old with brown eyes and brown hair. She is the daughter of Stuart and Krystal Kise. Kinsley resides in Blairstown and attends Blairstown Elementary School.
Kinsley’s hobbies include playing softball and dance. She has been in dance since she was 3 years old where she has competed in ballet, tap, jazz and acrobatics. She has performed in 2 fashion shows and was crowned Mayfair Princess of 2019. Kinsley is a Junior Girl Scout and is in band and chorus clubs. She also plays the flute.
Kinsley’s agricultural activities are spending her days raising and tending her chickens and Flemish Giant rabbits. She raises her rabbits to show and has won best rabbit and best in show at the Warren County Farmers Fair.
Kinsley loves to go four wheeling, kayaking and camping. She has participated in every kiddie pull, pedal pull and won best all around cowgirl at the kids rodeo at the Warren County Farmers' Fair.
Lucia Dennis Napolitano is 8 years old with blue eyes and blonde hair. She is the daughter of John and Jennifer Napolitano. Lucia resides in Belvidere and attends Ridge & Valley Charter School.
Lucia’s activities include playing soccer, gymnastics, hiking, dancing and roblox. She is a member of the Girl Scouts.
Lucia’s agricultural activities include being involved in 4-H and tending to her pet chickens and rabbits.
Lucia is dyslexic so school is hard. She enjoys being outside most of the day.
Anna Marie Sullivan is 10 years old with blue eyes and blonde hair. She is the daughter of Mike and Crystal Sullivan. Anna resides in Blairstown and attends Blairstown Elementary School.
Anna’s activities include playing field hockey, softball, basketball, lacrosse, travel soccer, wrestling and gymnastics. She is involved in the archery club at school and is a member of the Girl Scouts.
Anna’s agricultural activities involves living on a crop farm in Blairstown where she helps fix equipment and rides in the combine with her mom during harvest season. She also helps on her grandparents’ farm. Anna was involved in 4-H where she showed cows.
Anna has a passion for agriculture and its future. She wants to start her own beef herd in the future.