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AUGUST 14, 2013 THE PRESS PAGE 5 r t r r t p P P l, p p P Photos:Submitted Walsh 4,Hers won awards in a variety of categories at the State Fair. Far Left: Bailey Schroed- er won Grand Champion Overall Ewe. Left: Lane Bell is shown with his grand champion Dorset Ram. Bell was named Grand Champion Junior Sheep Showman. Right: Julia K0p- pang was among the participants earning an Award of Excellence in the Project Expo. Right: Seth Nelson also was among the winners. Bottom Left: Rachel Klose receives an Award of Excellence in Clothing Revue. Right: Kaitlyn Nelson also was honored in the event. Walsh County 4-H'ers reCeive,awards at State Fair MINOT, N.D.--ManyWalshCounty4-Hmem- Other participants in the state Project Expo event in- by Walsh County 4-H'ers in the ND State Fair with sev- bers received honors for their participation in events at the 2013 North Dakota State Fair in Minot. Each 4-H'er was chosen as a winner at the respective county events held earlier this spring. Two Showcase events were held on Monday, July 22nd- Project Expo and Clothing Revue. Project Expo is an event where 4-H'ers showcase an educational ex- hibit relating to a 4-H project they are enrolled in. Dur- ing this event the 4-H'er answers questions and shares cluded Bailey Beneda, Esten Beneda, d Sydney Bene- da, Lankin; Marit Ellingson, Dahlen; Sara Hodek and Tim Hodek, Fairdale; Kaleb Hodny, Lankin; Beatrice Kjelland, Park River; Becky Klose, Hoople; Zach Nel- son, Grafton; and Eric Swartz, Park River. Walsh County had three youth'involved in the Cloth- ing Revue and all received special recognition. Sandra Kjelland of Park River received an Award of Excellence in the Sew and Show pre-teen division. In the Deco- information to judges about their exhibit. Receiving rate Your Duds division the 4-H'er embellishes an ar- Awards of Excellence in the Project Expo division were ticle of clothing. Receiving Awards of Excellence for Gretchen Brummond, Park River; Allyson Durkin, their work were Rachel3ose, Hoople, pre-teen divi- Inkster; Taylor Knudson, Dahlen; Julia Koppang, sion and Kaitlyn Nelson, Grafton, in the teen division. Adams and Seth Nelson, Graflon. Over 200 static and livestock projects were entered eral 4-H'ers receiving honors for their exhibits. Re- ceiving Grand Champion awards were Kaitlyn and Seth Nelson of Grafton; Abby Zikmund (2) and Emily, Zikumnd (4) of Pisek; Lane Bell (3) of Fordville and Bailey Schroeder (2 - including overall champion ewe) of Fordville. Lane Bell, Fordville, was named the top overall jun- ior sheep showman and participated in the Round Robin Showmanship event on July 27th. Reserve Champion honors went to Zach Nelson, Grafton; Toby Zikmund, Pisek, and Lane Bell, Fordville (3). Awards, of Excellence honors in the static exhibits were given to Jordan Brummond, Park River; Sara Hodek, Sandra Kjelland, Rachel Klose, Kaitlyn Nel- son, Seth Nelson, Abby and Emily Zikmund. In the horse division Kristen Larson, Hoople, and Bailey Schroeder, Fordville, participated in various showmanship and speed events. Kristen Larson record- ed top 6th finishes in four of her events - placing 3rd in barrel racing; 3rd in pole bending; 4th in western horsemanship and 6th in reining. Congratulations to all the Walsh County 4-'hers for the great jobs they did in Minot and for all their hard work and determination. Walsh County was well rep- resented on the state stage! The 4-H program is a youth education component of the NDSU Extension Service. : -:  !iT!:!' !! -; :!i i i i .!  ;  !:! ::i!il ,'T ,'i :  ,:, .  , . 4", ......    - ,  '!i75 : " ' ! Walsh County 4-H Consumer Choices teams earn second, third place honors at state event Photd:Submitted : Above: Brad Brummond, Jonah Zikmund, Zach Zikmund, Lilly Bina and Sara Hodek. those calls. Both teams.were coached by Extension Agent Brad Brummond who was pleased with the teams' preparation and results. "I don't know how you can't help but be impressed by the level of knowledge required to do that at such a young age," said Brumn!ond. "Consumer choice judging, crops judging, livestock judging and meats judging teaches real skills to our youth much the same way land judging teaches its lessons. We have some youth in Walsh County we can be very proud of." M1NOT, N.D. -- The Walsh County 4-H consumer judging teams continued a tradition of sol- id performances in the state event held last week during the ND State Fair with favorable finishes from both junior and senior teams. The Walsh County Senior Con- sumer Choices judging team gar- nered second place honors while the Junior Consumer Choices judging' team took third place. The state Consumer Choices. event was held on July 23rd with ten Walsh County youth participating., The purpose of this judging event is to promote consumer skills when se- lecting items and to defend their se- lections by presenting oral reasons to judges. Senior teen team members were Emily Laaveg of Park River, Mikay- la Fingarson ofEdinburg, Allyson Durkin of Inkster, Andrew Brum- mond of Park River and Kayla O'Toole of Crystal. With a com- bined score of 1291 points Walsh County was edged out of first place by four points to Cass County (1295). There were 11 teams com- peting in the senior division. . Several Walsh County teen mem- bers made the top ten high individ- uals. Emily Laaveg placed third in- dividually with a score of 437 points, Andrew Brummond placed eighth (427), and Allyson Durkin Photo:Submitted Above: First Row- Julia Koppang, Rachel Klose, Emily Laaveg. Back Row- Coach Anna Ramsey,, Allyson Dud(in, Gretchen Brummond, Mikayla Fingarson, Kayla 0'Toole and Coach Megan Ramsey. Not pictured - Andrew Brummon& Toby Zikinund and Billy Laaveg. placed ninth (427). Their fie-break- er was determined through their rea- sons scores. The Walsh County Junior Con- sumer Choices judging team's fin- ish returned to the top five honored teams from a field of 14 teams. Jun- ior judging members were Gretchen Brummond of Park River, Rachel Klose of Hoople, Billy Laaveg of Park River, Toby Zikmund of Pisek and Julia Koppang of Adams. Three Walsh County junior members just missed receiving top- ten individual recognition and fin- ished 1 lth- 13th out of 52 entrants. Gretchen Brummond 427), Julia Koppang (426) and Rachel Klose (426) were the top three scorers on the junior team. Consumer Choices teaches de- cision making based on information learned and studied on facts that have been colleeted in selected products. This year's products in- cluded beverages,, e-readers and tablets and insulated vests and jack- ets. The 4-H Consumer Choices Contest helps 4-H members practice making decisions by matching knowledge, skills and abilities against those of others. 4-H mem- bers learn to rank articles or prod- ucts over others based on stan- dards and quality. Sunshine Kids Center Daycare and Preschool m Park Rnver Open House f Tuesday, August 20 , 6pm-8 pm ii ed Everyone Welcome!! 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