POMEROY — 4-H members, their advisors and 4-H Youth Development Extension Educator and County Director Michelle Stumbo have been a busy with projects and judging for upcoming fairs.
Winning 4H projects will go on to compete at the Ohio State Fair, which began July 29. All 4-H projects presented during judging are eligible to be displayed at the Meigs County Fair in August.
Following are the results of the 2015 Miscellaneous Projects Judging: Animal Science: Horseless Horse, Grand Champion, Hannah Erwin; Cavies, Grand Champion, Shelbe Cochran; Honorable Mention, Corey Dotson; Purr-fect Pals level 1,Grand Champion, Rylee Moore; Reserve Champion, Kyra Zuspan; Honorable Mention, Shawna Joseph; You and Your Dog,Grand Champion,Brayden Sanders; Reserve Champion, Matthew Adam Roberts; Honorable Mention,Andrea Mahr; Child and Family Development, Family History Treasure Hunt,Grand Champion, Taylor Parker.
Later that evening, 4-H Cloverbuds had a Show and Tell. Designed for 5-year-old kindergarten through second graders, the 4-H Cloverbud project is designed with programs that are developmentally appropriate and activity-focused. The focus is on developing a specific skill rather than the 4-H projects that require a long-term planned course of study in a specific area.
That evening, Gage Smith demonstrated his project about his trip to Honduras for the Cloverbud’s. Smith, who has been an active 4-H and FFA member, graduated from Southern Local High School last spring and plans to attend Ohio State University this fall.
Lorna Hart can be reached at 740-992-2155 ext. 2551
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