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Gilchrist County 4-H Events Day bring local clubs together

County Events Day was held last Saturday, January 27 in Bell. Demonstrations and Illustrated Talks are one of the most important ways our 4-H members learn...by doing! For this event, youth will show and tell judges about their chosen project. Juniors demonstration winner was Kaydence Faught with a red ribbon, 1st in category. Intermediates winners were Evelyn Frazier with a blue ribbon, Adli Elliott and Victoria Irvin with blue ribbon, first in category. Alaura Brown received a blue ribbon and Lois Bachle placed 2nd in category, and received a blue ribbon. Blue ribbon winners were Braley Hines, Cydney Watkins and Gabriel Faught. Seniors winners were Jonathan Fussell with a blue ribbon and Kalin Siegel with a blue ribbon, and first in category.
The graphic design event is a great way for youth to demonstrate their artistic talents by creating a graphic design entry that illustrates their project or 4-H interests using technology. Juniors winners were Aubrie Blair with a blue ribbon and Maggie Pailthorpe with a blue ribbon, and first in category. Intermediate Alaina Blair received a red ribbon.
The Photos event is a great way for youth to demonstrate their artistic talents by submitting a photograph they have taken. Cloverbud Lynsey Bachle received a green ribbon. Juniors Aubrie Blair won a blue ribbon, and first in category. DeAnna Faison and David Faison received blue ribbons and Brooke Hines received a red ribbon. Intermediates Alaina Blair received a blue ribbon, and first in category. Lois Bachle and Marissa Lampp both received blue ribbons. Senior Kalin Siegel received a blue ribbon.
Fashion Revue winners were Brooke Hines with a blue ribbon and Ansley Studstill with a blue ribbon and first in category.
Share the Fun event showcases the talent of our 4-H members. Junior Category winners were Carlea Hill and Ciara Jernigan with a red ribbon, and second in category. Elizabeth Lord Barron received a blue ribbon, and placed first in category. Intermediate Category Marissa Lampp received a blue ribbon. In Senior Category Jonathan Green won a blue ribbon and Darien Thompson received a blue ribbon and first in category.
Many of today’s business leaders, politicians, pastors and entertainers began their careers by giving speeches in 4-H. In General speech Braley Hines, an intermediate, received a red ribbon and first in category. Toby Wood, an intermediate, received a red ribbon and second in category. Rylee Pevey a senior, won a white ribbon and 1st in category.
4-H Pledge winners for the Cloverbuds were Kayson Langford and Conner Webster, both with a green ribbon.
Members who learn the 4-H Creed are engaging in a part of history and committing to making the best better. Joyce Teague received a blue ribbon.
The annual live cake auction which was held during lunch, is a fun event for 4-H bakers. Junior cake bakers were Elizabeth Lord Barron with a red ribbon, Ansley Studstill and Brooke Hines both with blue ribbons and Joyce Teague with a blue ribbon and first in category. DeAnna Faison received a white ribbon for her cake. Intermediate winners were Braley Hines with a blue ribbon, Cydney Watkins with a red ribbon and Lois Bachle with a blue ribbon and Alaura Brown with a blue ribbon and first in category. Senior winner was Jonathan Fussell with a blue ribbon and first in category.
All blue ribbon winners will move on to District Events which will be hosted in Suwannee County on Friday, April 27, 2018. Those who won the photo and graphic design category will move on to state in June.

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