The Hancock-Henderson Quill, Inc.
by Susan Galbraith, Quill Reporter
Meet Your Neighbor Kimberly Turner.
Kim (16) lives in Stronghurst, was born in Geneseo but raised in Hooppole.
A sophomore at West Central High School she is FFA reporter, Spanish Club, Student Recycling, and Who's Who Among All-American Scholars.
During her spare time, Kim works part time at Vancil's Locker in Stronghurst and behind the counter at FS, making pizza and doing occasional cleanup.
Her parents are Pastor Gene and Rhonda Turner.
She has one big sister, Janelle (17), a junior at West Central High School and a brother, Erick (13), a 6th grade student at West Central Middle School.
Her greatest love is being on the farm and doing whatever needs to be done there. Kim's family raises sheep, on the Richard Clifton farm, outside of Stronghurst. At this time they have 67 ewes and 85 lambs and expecting more soon.
In the summer she shows sheep at the 4-H Fair in Stronghurst, the FFA Fair in Knoxville and also at the Henry County Fair in Cambridge.
She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, listening to country and Christian rock music. She says, George Strait is a "babe".
The only thing she does not like is driving!