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Page 6 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 2016 GRAFTON, N.D. --The 2016 Walsh County 4-H Communica- tion Arts event was held Friday, April 29 at North Valley Career & Technology Center in Grafton. Thirty-five 4-H youth participat- ed in the contest. Receiving honors in the Inter- pretive Reading Humorous teen di- vision, Seth Nelson (Grafton) was awarded Grand Champion for his reading of Middle School, the Worst Years of My Life. Reserve Champion honors went to Gretchen Brummond (Park River) The Enchanted Gnat. Honorable Mention was presented to Toby Zikmund (Pisek) for Yertle the Turtle. In the pre-teen division, Grand Champion went to Hannah Myrdal (Edinburg) with Big Nate Strikes Again; and Reserve Champion was Greta Burrell (Crystal) with Cookies. Honorable Mention hon- ors went to Gwyneth Burrell (Crystal) with If You Take a Mouse to the Movies and Marit Ellingson (Dahlen) for Notes from a Doc- tor's Pocket. In the Interpretive Reading Hu- morous pre-teen team division, brother and sister duo Killian and Grace Burrell received Grand Champion honors for their rendi- tion of Fox in Socks by Dr. Seuss. Receiving honors in the Inter- pretive Reading Serious teen di- vision, Beatrice Kjelland (Park River) was awarded Grand Cham- pion for her excerpt from The Fi- nal Act. Kaitlyn Nelson (Grafton) received Reserve Champion for her selection from Paper Hearts. Honorable Mention honors went to Mikayla Fingarson (Edinburg) with Don't Let it End This Way, Galadriel Burrell (Crystal) with a selection of Tolkien Poems and Lilly Bina (Lankin) with No More Tears to Cry. In the preteen division, Greta Schuster (Graffon) received Grand Champion for her selection of Love You Forever. Marit Ellingson (Dahlen) received Reserve Cham- pion for her serious selection from I am Helen Keller. Honorable Mention honors went to Connor Hodak (Fordville) with If You are not from the Prairie and Kiilian Burrell (Crystal) with Paul Re- vere's Ride. Grand Champion honors were awarded to Eva Sobak (Fairdale) for British Poetry from the Great Photos: Submitted Left: Cloverbuds-Ingrid Myrdal, Jersey Schuster, Even Sobak and Jack Langerud. Right: Pre-teen Interpretive Reading Humorous: Front Row- Hannah Myrdal, Greta Bun'ell Back Row- Alex Sillers; Sydney Suda, Gwyneth Burrell, Marit Ellingson. Left: Pre-teen InterprelJve Reading Serious: Connor Hodek, Killian BurreU, Marit Ellingson and Greta Schuster. Right: Teen Interpretive Reading Se- rious: Mikayla Rngarsen, Galadriel Burrell, Kaitlyn Nelson and Ully Bina. Left: Teen Interpretive Reading Serious: Noah Zikmund. Middle: Teen Team Broadcasting: Sara Hodek and Heather Okeson. Right: Teen Dramatic Presentation: Eva Sobak War in the Dramatic Presentation teen division. In the Prepared Speech teen di- vision, Emily Zikmund (Pisek) re- ceived Grand Champion for her speech titled The Constitution. In the Broadcast Teen divi- sion, Grand Champion Honors were awarded to Noah Zikmund (Minto) for Why You Should be in Sports. Grand Champion was awarded to the Broadcast Teen Team of Sara Hodek (Fairdale) & Heather Okeson (Adams) for Live from Dewey Township. In other divisions Honorable Mention honors were given to Halley Narloch (Grafton) for Ready, Set, Mow in the Presenta- tion Software Teen division, Justin Klose (Hoople) for Bailers in the Illustrated Talk Pre-teen division and Rachel and Becky Klose (Hoopte) for Finishing 4-H Proj- ects Before the Fair in the Com- mercial Team Teen division. Blue Ribbons were given in various divisions to Alex Sillers, Sydney Suda, Sandra Kjelland, Andrew Myrdal, Grace Burrell, Gwyneth Burrell, Galadriel Bur- tell, Eva Sobak and Cody Narloch. lngrid Myrdal (Edinburg), Jer- sey Schuster (Grafton), Jack Langerud (Edinburg) and Even Sobak (Fairdale) were recognized lbr their recitations as Clover- buds. Cloverbuds members are part of a non-competitive intro- duction to the 4-H club experience for children ages 5-7. District Commmlication Arts will be held Tuesday June 7th at North Valley Career & Technolo- gy Center in Grafion. Serving as judges for the event were Todd Kjelland, Katrina Hod- ny and Angle Johnson. T.he Hayshakers 4-H Club helped host the event. Spocial thanks to Kori HodeL Bergit Sobak, Loft Zahradka, Amy Chal- ly, Sue Brummond, Anna Ramsey and Kaitlyn Nelson for their work in registration, as room monitors, capturing the events on camera and helping with set up and tear down responsibilities. 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