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FBP Supports Scioto County Fair 4-H Participants

August 17, 2022 -- Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth (FBP) is proud to support the hard work of Scioto County Fair 4-H participants who spent their summer preparing their market projects.

Asher Conley, son of FBP’s Aleis Conley, earned  his place with his grand champion steer at the Scioto County Fair.

This summer, FBP is expected to provide more than $17,000 in support of the local 4-H programs in Pike, Ross, Jackson and Scioto counties.

“These kids work hard all summer to prepare their animals and projects for their respective county fair,” said FBP Human Resources Manager, Todd Cron. “Congratulations to everyone who exhibited at our county fairs.”

Scioto County had 23 FBP 4-H kids receiving a total of $4,600 at auction.

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Olivia Neu, daughter of Fluor-BWXT's Stephanie (Chris) Neu, placed 4th in her class with her market sheep at the Scioto County Fair.

Layla Neu, daughter of Fluor-BWXT's Stephanie (Chris) Neu, placed 1st in her weight class and 5th in showmanship with her market sheep at the 2022 Scioto County Fair.

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