Sanborn County 4-H Public Presentation Contest held

Acaiya Schultz addresses a tough topic for students in her illustration talk “A Kid’s Worse Enemy… the Book Report.”

Do you know how to hypnotize a chicken? Do you know how many stages of sleep there are?  Are you familiar with the term “vaping”? If you were one of the privileged spectators at the recent 4-H Public Presentation Contest on July 11, you will know the answers to these questions. In an outstanding display of knowledge, 4-Hers wowed the judges and audience in the widest array of topics. Subjects on Thursday ranged from wool to vaping to cyberbullying to book reports to car maintenance!  It was an amazing testament to the talent and expertise of our 4-H youth.

Judging this wonderful event were Jennifer Larson of Mitchell and Cindy Larson of Woonsocket. Purple ribbons were awarded to all of these deserving 4-Hers: Xavier Baysinger – “Wool You Use My Fleece,” Hope Baysinger – “If You Love Me, Let Me Sleep!,” Brady Larson and Megan Linke – “Is It Worth It?,” Luke Larson – “Chicken Hypnosis,” Bryce Larson – “Cyberbullying… It Has To STOP!,” Brooklyn Larson – “Fire Smart,” Payton Uecker – “Sportsmanship – The Biggest Part of the Game,” McKenzie Uecker – “Camping Safety,” Bailey Feistner – “Adoption is the Best Option,” Acaiya Schultz – “A Kid’s Worse Enemy… the Book Report,” Lane Burkel – “Don’t Chase Rabbits!,” Ty Burkel – “How to Train Your Sheep,” Delaney Zoss – “4-H… A Road to Leadership Success,” Blake Howard – “Just Playing With Some Friends,” Erica Howard – “For the Love of the Children,” and Emily Ohlrogge – “Maintenance is Key.”

…Check out other photos of the event in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal.

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