2020 Graduating Senior Highlight - Kara LeBeouf

We are all proud of our Graduating Seniors. Their Senior year has not been as expected by anyone. We want to let our graduating Seniors know that we are very proud of you and want to highlight you and your accomplishments on our page. Congratulations to you. We are currently highlighting Senior Kara LeBeouf.

My name is Kara Britt LeBeouf. I am the daughter of Kurt and Angie LeBeouf and a 4-H member for 10 years. I have been showing cattle through 4-H since I was 9 and in the third grade. I have been blessed with much success all the way up to the sate level with my cattle, in the show ring and in showmanship. What I have learned the most was when no one was watching. My 4-H projects taught me responsibility, dedication and independence with taking care of my cattle on my own.

I have enjoyed many other opportunities 4-H has to offer. I have been a shooting sports ambassador, a member of Junior Leaders, Executive Council, Livestock show team, Horse Judging Team and Livestock judging team. I was a team member of the 2019 Horse judging state champions and was the high individual.
4-H has given me life long friends that I will treasure forever through 4-H U, Camp Grant Walker and so many other opportunities. One of the best experiences was last year when I had a chance to be a Camp Counselor at 4-H camp. Because of the 4-H program I have been given the opportunity to show cattle on a Collegiate level this next year at Trinity Valley Community College where I will be pursuing a degree in the Agriculture field. I am looking forward to what the future has for me.
I would like to also take this time and thank Mr. Mike for always being a great role mode that I have always looked up to.

Sincerely,
Kara LeBeouf

Kara LeBeouf - East Beauregard High School

Kara LeBeouf - East Beauregard High School

Kara LeBeouf - East Beauregard High School

5/7/2020 2:39:15 PM
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