Forty-nine 4-H members from Benton County competed with 4-H members from 25 other Arkansas counties at their District O’Rama in Ozark. Competitions included speech divisions, constructed and purchased fashion revues, bicycle, forestry, reel into sportfishing, baitcasting, BB shooting, performing arts in dance, instrumental, vocal, and horticulture. Junior competitors are 4-H members, ages 9–13, and senior competitors include those 14-19 years of age. The following brought home first-place honors in their competitions: Bloomfield 4-H : Samantha Lambert-Sr. Entomology, Sarah Mills-Sr. Constructed Casual Fashion Revue, Kaylin Cripps-Sr. Vocal; Evergreen 4-H : Adriana Joyce-Jr. Public Speaking, Alex Joyce-Jr. Food Fair; Cannonball 4-H : Holly Holmes-Smith-Jr. Health, Jennifer Isgrigg-Sr. Horse; Centerton 4-H : Jurnee Wilson-Jr. Entomology, Ethan Parker-Jr. Animal Science, Janeé Shofner-Sr. Constructed Dressy Fashion Revue; Town and Country 4-H : Noah Smith-Sr. Citizenship, Kendall Yarbrough-Jr. Ca
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News, Pages 16 on 06/29/2011
Print Headline: Benton County 4-H’ers succeed at District O’Rama competition