Logan County 4-H Awards Non-livestock Winners

Monday evening the Logan County 4-H Award Ceremony took place in the activity building at the Logan County Fairgrounds.

Sarah Dailey, the Logan County 4-H educator, announced the first-place winners in several non-livestock projects.

The following students earned first place spots in their non-livestock projects:

Brooks Bodin– Outdoor Adventurer- Intermediate Fishing, ATV Saftey & Making the Cut

Winifred Bodin– Self-Determined Project, Exploring Ponds, Scrapbooking & Global Gourmet

David Bohling– Rifle Project & Pistol project

Alicia Brielmaier– Growing with the Seasons

Nevada Coleman– Basic Archery

Kaycee Cook– The Writer in You

Chase Davidson– Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Avery Dowell– Pet Rabbit Project

Wyatt Gordon– Nailing it Together

Eric Hoover– Measuring Up

Emmery Howell– First Aid in Action

Brantley Karn– Purr-fect Pals & Grill Master

Isaac King– Geology

Samuel Knight– Next Level Photography

Valerie Knight– Finding Your Voice

Josh Knox– My Favorite Things & Bicycling for Fun

Cason Lacher– You’re the Athlete

Iris Meister– Snack Attack

Izabella Meister– Sports Nutrition

Layna Nessler– Scrapbooking

Riley Rash– Get Started in Art

Addison Shoe– How Does Your Garden Grow

Audriena Smith– Self-Determined & Let’s Start Cooking

Laurel Smith– Cake Decoration

Layla Stone– The Laundry Project

Kristen Thompson– Photography Basics

Kelsi Ullom– Camp counseling

The 2022 Style Revue Awards will be given Monday night at the end of the Style Revue.

FFA awards were also given, and included:

Ethan Lattimer– Metal Work

Jackson Young– Woodworking

Ty Anspach– Miscellaneous

Addie Huffman– Vegetables

Other miscellaneous awards that were given, were three Beautification Awards. Dailey explains more about how this new award is given.

Showin’ & Growin’, Stitchin’ Stirrin’ & Stuff, and Traditions clubs all won the award.

Also, new to the junior fair this year, was a Marshmallow Creation Contest. In the 8 and under category, Carter King took first and Jase Thompson took second. In the 9 and up category, Audriena Smith took first and Ally King took second.

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