About Caroline

Caroline

Caroline is the first of three daughters to Paul and Jill Hall. She was raised being very involved in church, community events and the 4-H Foundation. Caroline graduated with honors from The University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Economics and a Bachelor of Administration in Marketing. Caroline spent her high school years and the summers of her college years working for her father’s Nationwide Insurance agency. After college Caroline went to work full time with her father before being given the opportunity to start her own agency.

Caroline married Sam Hennig in July of 2009. Sam graduated from Cincinnati Christian University. Upon being given the opportunity to build and grow an insurance agency in Harrison, Caroline and Sam relocated from Brown County to Harrison. While Caroline is growing her agency in Harrison, Sam is on the merchandising team at the Harrison Home Depot.


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Community involvement is extremely important to Caroline. She is involved in many different aspects of the community and plans to grow her involvement. Caroline is active with the Bright Christian Church where she serves as a Children’s “Faithville” volunteer and as a VBS volunteer.

Being raised a 4-H Member Caroline also has become involved with several local 4-H groups and was asked to serve as the Hamilton County 4-H Rabbit Supervisor. Caroline has helped 4-H members learn how to handle and care for their animals and she hopes she can help instill confidence and pride in the student members. Caroline’s service to 4-H in the local area counties is just beginning but she hopes it will help bring the rural community closer to a business based on rural foundations.

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In the Hamilton County 4-H program the top honor you can receive for all your hard work is to be awarded the "Top Exhibitor Award". In 2014 when Caroline realize the kids were not given anything other than recognition she decided to not only take on sponsoring the award, but to expand the Top Exhibitor Award to include a top junior as well as a reserve top senior and reserve top junior. This expansion allows the students who are too young for the senior division to still have something to strive for as well as a second place winner in each class so the youth continue to push themselves and better their skills in the areas they choose. She awards the kids with a plaque they can keep distinguishing their achievements along with a monetary donation to put back into their project. Caroline feels this award sponsorship is a good way for her to support the youth of the county in a meaningful way.


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Caroline and the Agency supports fairs all around Harrison, Ohio. She has a passion for helping the youth of the community.

Some of the 4-H members from Caroline's community, made a collage for her of
the projects she purchased to support them.

 

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Pictured above are a few of the animals that Caroline Hall Hennig Agency purchased and some of the 4-H members she supported over the last few years.



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