Members of the Adair County 4-H Program participated in the County 4-H Communications contest held on Monday, April 27 at Adair County Elementary. Congratulations to all those who participated. Results are as follows:
4-H Talk Meet
Leah Dykes 9 year old Talk Meet Blue Ribbon/Grand Champion
Rachel Brown 10 year old Talk Meet Blue Ribbon/Reserve Champion
Amanda Nokes Junior Presentation Software Blue Ribbon/Grand Champion
Garrett Tucker/Conor Smith Junior Team Blue Ribbon/Reserve Champion
Luke Stotts Junior Foods Blue Ribbon/Grand Champion
Ariana Rogreuez Junior Safety Blue Ribbon/Grand Champion
Riley Reynolds Junior Sewing Blue Ribbon/Grand Champion
Mirah Murphy Junior Health Blue Ribbon/Grand Champion
Michael Gold Junior SET Blue Ribbon/Grand Champion
Collin Pike Junior Animal Science Blue Ribbon/Grand Champion
Sierra Houk Junior Horticulture Blue Ribbon/Grand Champion
Eliza Spinks Junior Crafts Blue Ribbon/Grand Champion
Keaton Burton Junior Crafts Blue Ribbon/Reserve Champion
Jonathan Gold Junior Science Blue Ribbon/Grand Champion
Cy Yarberry Junior Science Blue Ribbon/Reserve Champion
Trayton Stargel Junior General Blue Ribbon/Grand Champion
Jennifer Willis Junior General Blue Ribbon/Reserve Champion
All those who received Grand Champion will be participating in the 2015 District V 4-H Communications Contest that will be on May 12 at Lindsey Wilson College. We are proud of all those youth who participated in the communications event. The award is the not important part the most important part is the communications skill that they are developing that will serve them all their lives’.
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In the first picture: Youth who participated in the 4-H Speech and Demonstration Contest: FR- Collin Pike, Mirah Murphy, Coner Smith, Garrett Tucker, Eliza Spinks, Jennifer Willis, BR- Michael Gold, Leah Dykes, Keaton Burton, Amanda Nokes, Jonathan Gold, Rachel Brown, Luke Stotts, and Cy Yarberry.
In the second picture: Trayton Stargel participate in the 4-H Communication Contest.