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Dodge City Daily Globe - Dodge City, KS
  • 4-H’ers to compete at Regional Club Days

  • Ford County 4-H Club Day was held Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Dodge City Middle School. 4-H Club Day provides an opportunity for Ford County 4-H members to demonstrate their abilities in public speaking, acting, music, dance, novelty, and running a meeting.
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  • Ford County 4-H Club Day was held Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Dodge City Middle School. 4-H Club Day provides an opportunity for Ford County 4-H members to demonstrate their abilities in public speaking, acting, music, dance, novelty, and running a meeting.
    Results were as follows:
    Junior Instrumental Solos
    Top Blues – Candace Fry, Ford, Taylor Tasaka, Dodge City
    Alt. Top Blue - Gabe Ellis, Kingsdown, Calder McCollum, Dodge City
    Blue -Kyle Spurgin, Montezuma
    Senior Instrumental Solos
    Top Blues – Lilly Hornung, Spearville, Connor McCollum, Dodge City
    Senior Vocal Solos
    Red -Lauren Schriner, Dodge City
    Model Meeting
    Top Blue - Lucky Clovers 4-H Club
    Senior Skits
    Top Blue - Valley Boosters 4-H Club, Alt. Top Blue – DIY Jrs. 4-H Club
    Red - Wilroads Gardens 4-H Club
    Junior Skits
    Top Blue - Richland Boosters 4-H Club
    Senior Novelty
    Top Blue - Wright Wonder Workers 4-H Club
    Junior Other Dance
    Top Blue - Halle Robinson, Dodge City
    Senior Other Dance
    Top Blue - Tamara Robertson, Dodge City
    Senior Digital Presentation
    Top Blue - Campbell Martin, Bucklin
    Junior Show & Tell
    Participation - Aubrey Gerdes, Dodge City, Jemma Rumbaugh, Spearville, Erika Fry, Ford
    Junior Demonstrations
    Top Blue - Lincoln Martin, Bucklin
    Candace Fry, Ford
    Alt. Top Blue- Alexa Gerdes, Dodge City, Erika Fry, Ford
    Junior Readings
    Top Blue – Candace Fry, Ford, Dalton Prater, Dodge City
    Alt. Top Blue- Erika Fry, Ford
    Junior Project Talk
    Top Blue -Dalton Prater, Dodge City
    Top Blue winners in each division at the County 4-H Club Day are eligible to participate in Regional 4-H Club Day Saturday, March 2, also at the Dodge City Middle School, from 8 a.m. until noon. Several other counties including Clark, Finney, Gray, Hodgeman and Meade Counties and the Walnut Creek District (Lane, Rush and Ness Counties) will be competing alongside the Ford County 4-H’ers.
    "Regional Club Day is run the same way Club Day ran in February," Molly Trausch, 4-H youth development agent said. "Except this time out top blue winners will be competing against the top blue winners from other counties."
    Trausch described the Regional Club Day as the grand finale of club days.
    "There's no state club day or anything higher than regional," she said, "so the top blue winners this weekend are the ultimate winners."
    4-H'ers will perform the same talents this weekend that they showcased at the beginning of the month, and they will be competing against others in their age division from all the counties attending.
    Page 2 of 2 - "Not only does this give our 4-H'ers a chance to show off their talents that they might not get to highlight any other time with 4-H," Trausch said, "but also, it's a chance for them to network and get to know other 4-H'ers."
    The public is invited to attend and witness the talents of these future leaders. 4-H is a community of young people across America learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills.
    For more information, contact the Ford County K-State Research and Extension Office at 227-4542 or visit us on the web at www.ford.ksu.edu.
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