ALAMOSA, CONEJOS, COSTILLA, MINERAL, RIO GRANDE & SAGUACHE COUNTIES
From The Office
IN THIS ISSUE: From the Office
News & Reminders
State Fair Results
Greetings! I’m Amy Henschen, the new 4-H agent for the San Luis Valley. I started on September 1st, and am extremely excited to be working to help “Make the Best Better” here in the Valley. I’ve had a chance to meet many of you on fair judging day and in the office the last few weeks and I look forward to meeting more of you in the months to come. I am going to be spending my first few months trying to talk to members, leaders, parents and volunteers to evaluate where we are and where we want to go together. I welcome your thoughts and input on what’s working and where we can grow. Feel free to drop in to the office, send me an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or give me a call (719-852-7381) to share your ideas.
UPCOMING EVENTS: Amy Henschen 4-H Extension Agent
Colorado 4-H Leaders’ Forum September 27-28 4-H Enrollment Opens October 3
National 4-H Week October 6-12
Here are some tentative dates for the 2013-2014 4-H Year for you to add to your calendars.
Colorado Leadership Camp November 8-10
4-H Enrollment Opens – October 3
Dare to Be You Camp November 15-17
Colorado Leadership Camp – November 8-10
National 4-H Week – October 6-12
Dare to Be You Camp – November 15-17 Western National Roundup – January 9-12 Leadership Development Conference – January 25-27 San Luis Valley Area Office 1899 W. Hwy 160 PO Box 30 Monte Vista, CO, 81144 Phone: 719-852-7381
State 4-H Conference – June 16-20 San Luis Valley Fair – August 2-9 Colorado State Fair – August 22-September 1
Colorado State University, U.S. Department of Agriculture and Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Mineral, Rio Grande and Saguache Counties cooperating. Extension programs are available to all without discrimination. Names of products and equipment occasionally will be use; No endorsement of products named is intended nor is criticism implied of products not mentioned.
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News & Reminders NEWSLETTER MOVING ONLINE
FAIR LIVESTOCK CHECKS
With the goal of improving communication and cutting costs we are planning on distributing SLV 4-H information, including this newsletter, via e-mail. If you have already provided your e-mail address to us during previous 4-H enrollment, we will be using that address to communicate to you and your family. If you haven’t provided an e-mail address and would like to sign up, you can do so by visiting http://eepurl.com/zwZJf. If you are unable to receive communications via e-mail and need to receive information via other means, please contact us at 719-852-7381 so we can make sure you continue to receive updates.
The SLV Fair Board has mailed checks to members who have returned their buyer signature forms. If you haven't turned that form in yet, your check will be delayed until the form is received. If you haven’t yet picked up your sale or breeding photos, they are available for pick-up in the CSU Extension office in Monte Vista.
4-H ENROLLMENT FOR 2013-14 Enrollment for the 2013-2014 4-H year opens on October 3rd, 2013. This year we will be doing registration exclusively online through the 4H Online System, which can be found at https://colorado.4honline.com . We will be providing training on this system to leaders on September 26th and will have re-enrollment open houses for parents in early November where we can walk you through using the system. Look for an e-mail or snail mail with enrollment information soon. If you are unable to register online, let us know. Registration fees are $25 per member plus $5 for each project the member enrolls in. Members must separately purchase any project manuals that cost over $10.
ACHIEVEMENT NIGHT 2013 We’re currently working with the District 8 Council to plan this year’s Achievement Night. Check your inbox and mailbox in the coming weeks for more information on the date and location.
AWARD NOMINATIONS We’ve included nomination forms in this newsletter for outstanding persons in San Luis Valley 4-H. Please nominate leaders, volunteers, members or friends of 4-H who you feel are deserving of our praise. Nominations will be considered for awards to be given at Achievement Night. Please use one form per nomination. Forms are due to the office no later than October 25th.
FAIR HORSE PICTURES READY Horse pictures from the Fair are finally ready. Thank you for your patience as we figured out how to get them uploaded and available for you all to see. Mike appreciates your support in this new endeavor. To view the photos go to www.alpenlight.smugmug.com.
PROJECT COMPLETION Congratulations to all the members who chose the SLV Fair to display their 4-H projects. If you did not have the opportunity to take your project to county fair, you can still complete your project by turning in your record book and bringing in your project to be viewed and displayed during 4-H Week. Bring in projects and record books by October 6. (No livestock please!)
FIND US ON FACEBOOK! The San Luis Valley 4-H Program is now on Facebook. Like us to receive updates, see photos and share your 4-H experience with others in the Valley. Find us by searching for “San Luis Valley 4-H” or go directly to http://www.facebook.com/SLV4H 2
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LOST AT THE FAIR
POULTRY INFO MEETING
A black iPod touch in a pink case was lost at the SLV Fair. If you have found this item, please contact Shannon Schiermeyer at 588-0757.
A poultry information meeting will be held on October 10 at 6:30 pm at the Monte Vista Coop conference room. If you are interested in poultry or the turkey growth competition please attend the meeting or contact Christine Strawn at 580-2474 for more information.
YOUR 4-H PHOTOS NEEDED
SHOOTING SPORTS UPDATE
We need your photos to use at Achievement Night and add to our photo library for use in our e-newsletters and other publications. Please e-mail images with photographer info to email@example.com. If you have a lot of photos to send, call us to talk about how to best deliver them.
Matt Sinclair advises that any 4-H member doing any Shooting Sports project will have to have their Hunter Safety Certificate by the end of the 4-H enrollment deadline.
Youth Opportunities DARE TO BE YOU CAMP
COLORADO LEADERSHIP CAMP
The 2013 Dare to Be You Camp will be held November 15-17 at the Wingate Hotel and Colorado State Fairgrounds in Pueblo. This camp, for youth ages 11 to 13, is a great opportunity to make new friends and learn to be the best 4-Her you can be. This year’s theme is “A Whole New World.” The cost of the camp is $90 for the first family member and $85 for each additional member from the same family. Registrations forms will be sent out via e-mail to eligible youth. Contact us if you need a paper copy mailed to you. Registration is due by October 18th. Dare to Be You is sponsored by the South Central 4-H District.
The 2013 Colorado Leadership Camp will be held November 8-10. This conference is designed for 6th to 9th grade students and is held in Glenwood Springs. Youth are able to attend hands-on workshops to develop and enhance leadership skills. This year’s theme is “Achieving New Heights.” The cost is $125 which includes 2 nights lodging, 2 breakfasts, 1 lunch and workshops. This camp is a fun opportunity for youth to meet other 4-H members from across the state. Registration will be open from October 8th to the 23rd. Call the office for more details.
REMINDER: You must be enrolled in order to take part in the camps or conferences and have a health form on file beginning October 3, 2013. Each camp/conference will also require a signed code of conduct form.
Get Involved RECORD BOOK JUDGES NEEDED
SLV FAIR BUYER RECRUITMENT
We’re looking for volunteers who can help us judge the livestock and horse record books on Monday, October 14 at 6 pm. Judging is done via a provided rubric and can even be done by people with limited livestock knowledge. Dinner will be provided to volunteers. E-mail Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 719-852-7381 to RSVP.
Want to see more buyers at the 2014 SLV Fair? The SLV Fair Board is looking for parents to join new committees to assist in recruiting new buyers and sponsors for the 2014 fair and livestock auction. If you’re interested in serving on one of these committees, contact SLV Fair Board President Bob Peterson at 719-508-2799. 3
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Leader Information MEETING SCHEDULES NEEDED Club leaders, please provide the office with a tentative meeting schedule for your club for the new 4-H year. Providing us this information helps us place new members and allows staff to come to your meetings if we have the opportunity. Call the office or e-mail Amy at email@example.com with your club’s info.
CLUB REPORTS Look for a completion report mailing in the coming weeks. Additionally, the state requires that all clubs submit information regarding their organizations each
year, including chartering info, bylaws, and financial reports. You’ll soon get an e-mail with information on completing and submitting these documents.
FALL LEADER’S FORUM The 2013 Fall Leader’s Forum is an opportunity to meet leaders from around the state and share knowledge. This year’s event will be held September 27 & 28 in Gunnison. Cost is only $10 for the workshop. Hotel rates are $60. You can pre-register for the event online before September 25th or register at the event. Find more information on the Forum at: www.gunnison.colostate.edu/4h/forum.shtml
THANK YOU LEADERS! We want to give special thanks to our 2012-2013 leaders! You are outstanding folks and the San Luis Valley 4-H program’s success is because of your hard work. Parents and members, check out the leader names below and say thanks when you see them!
LEADER LIST ALAMOSA COUNTY Final Drive 4-H Club—Jody & Chad Mortensen Mad Hatters 4-H Club—Mary Ellen Fleming, Elizabeth Drake and Wendy Fisher
Kent Conejos Junior Trail Riders—Brad Huffaker, Tami Valentine, and Skip and Kit Hunter Purple Circle 4-H Club—Rodney Reynolds and Marty Peterson COSTILLA COUNTY
Rocky Mountain Avalanches—Amanda Holtsclaw, Rita Schneider, Steve Lunt and Matt Sinclair
Clark Family 4-H Club—Amy Clark
Woodchucks 4-H Club—Joyce Wiley
Trinchera Transformers—James Fischer
Sand Dune Drifters 4-H Club—Heather Tillman and Jeanett Wacker
MINERAL COUNTY Snowshoe Mountain 4-H Club—Betsey Strawn
Wooly Range Riders 4-H Club—Melissa Shawcroft Wild Ones 4-H Horse Club—Patti deAvenzar
RIO GRANDE COUNTY
Blue Spruce 4-H Club—Connie & Jacob Robinson, Duane Harris, Franis Kessler, Cari Kincannon, Bandy Lucero and Shannon Stillings
Blue Crew 4-H Club—Janeen Canty and Blake Canty
Bucks & Doughs—Dixie Diltz
Conejos County 4-H Club—Sandra Valdez and Roxane
Del Norte Beef Builders 4-H Club—Sonya Yund
Alamosa County 4-H Council —Dawn Sammons
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Gods’ Calvary 4-H Club—Virginia Christensen, Katrina Francis, and Anne & Dale Pizel
Hidden Valley 4-H Club—Amy Coleman and Yvonne Morfitt
4-H His Kids—Maxine Lujan
Kula Kula 4-H Club—Holly Nye and Margaret Inness
Horse Whisperers 4-H Club—Margaret McMaster
Sangre de Cristo Peaks 4-H Club—Tristram Post
Sargent Community—Jody Kern, Beverlee Kyffin, Alice -Baker Reinholtz, Dusty Claunch, Heather David, Trish Kaiser, Vick Lusero, Clay Mitchell, Christine Strawn and Carla Worley
VALLEYWIDE Valley Wide Braiders 4-H Club—Tim “Frog” Black
Spurs Я Us—Arnell McClellan
Udder Delight Dairy Goat Club—April Kessler-Harris and Jeri Trujillo
Rio Grande County Chaperon—Denise Cadicamo
Valley Wide Quilters 4-H Club—Leah Clark
SAGUACHE COUNTY Family Fun Club—Karen Hoffner
SLV Tail Waggers 4-H Club—Joy Werner SLV Entomology 4-H—Judy Jolly
Councils & Boards NOTES & SCHEDULES 4-H Councils help ensure that clubs, members and staff are communicating and sharing knowledge. Councils help with event planning and provide guidance on how to improve the San Luis Valley 4-H program. Each 4-H club should have at least one representative at the District 8 Council, as well as their County Council meetings. Clubs containing more that 11 members should send at least 2 representatives. Members are invited to give club reports at these meetings. If you are interested in serving on a council, please call the office. ALAMOSA COUNTY COUNCIL The Alamosa County Council will meet 7 pm on Thursday, October 17. Meeting location is to be determined. Call the office after October 1 for location information.
Each Club should have at least one representative at this meeting. Members age 14 and older may run for an officer position or representative to District. Younger members are welcome to come and participate. Questions: call Virginia Christensen 852-4694. SAGUACHE COUNTY COUNCIL The Saguache County Council is in the process of gathering interested 4-H members and leaders. Contact the Extension Office or Elizabeth Hoffner 719-754-3542 if you are interested in serving on the council! DISTRICT 8 COUNCIL District 8 Council will meet at 7 pm on October 15 at the Extension Office. HORSE COUNCIL The Horse Council will not be meeting in October. Look for a November meeting date in the next newsletter.
CONEJOS COUNTY COUNCIL The Conejos County Council is in the process of forming again. Kit Hunter has agreed to serve as the Council sponsor. Contact the Extension Office if you are interested in serving on the council. RIO GRANDE COUNTY COUNCIL
SLV FAIR BOARD The SLV Fair Board meets monthly. The location rotates between Alamosa and Monte Vista. The next meeting is Tuesday, October 8, at 7 pm at the Extension Office. For questions regarding the Fair Board, please call President Bob Peterson at 719-508-2799.
The Rio Grande County Council will meet on Tuesday, October 1, at 7 pm at the Extension Office. 5
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State Fair Results CONGRATULATIONS STATE FAIR EXHIBITORS! We want to congratulate all of the 4-H members who took projects to the 2013 State Fair. You all did great work! State Fair results can be viewed below. Exhibitors: if you havenâ€™t already picked up your State Fair project from the office, please do so at your earliest convenience. Thanks! ALAMOSA COUNTY Shonell Crowther, 3rd, Heritage Arts/941 - Sr Macrame; Qualifier, Scrapbooking/ 391 - Scrapbook Album Sr. Alyssa Darnall, Qualifier, Cake Decorating/604 - Unit 2 Int Single Layer Cake Micaela Fleming, 6th, Artistic Clothing/680 - Sr Applied Katie Fransen, placed 16th, 17th & 18th Light weight and 13th/Medium weight in the Junior Market Goat Show Katie Holtsclaw, 6th, Cake Decorating/627 - Unit 8 Sr. Fondant Chad Jackson, placed 8th in the Crossbred class of the Junior Market Hog Show Ian Jackson, participated in the Junior Livestock Market Beef Sale with a third place steer. Sydney Jackson, participated in the Junior Livestock Market Beef Sale with a fourth place steer Stephanie Johnson, Qualifier, Food Core Projects/800 - Unit 1 Jr Riddles and Rhymes and Fun Food Times Kole Kelley, placed 13th and 9th Light weight and 9th Medium weight in the Junior Market Goat Show; and 4th and 3rd in the Crossbred class in the Junior Market Hog Show Tel Kelley placed 6th and 18th in the Light weight; 10th Medium weight in the Junior Market Goat Show Nicole Lunt, 1st, Champion, Photography/382 - Unit 7 Sr. Filmmaking; Nicole Lunt, Qualifier, Shooting Sports/455 - Sr Archery; 7th, Special Events/Best Photo Contest/391 - Sr Photo Devon Meyer, Qualifier, Artistic Clothing/686 - Sr Combinations; 8th, Heritage Arts/911 - Sr Knitting Devyn Mitchell, 4th, Clothing Construction/653 - Unit 4 Int Beginning Clothing Chase Mortensen, 4th, Leathercraft/ 360 - Unit 9 Int. Braiding and Untooled; Qualifier, Shooting Sports/454 - Int Archery Dax Mortensen, 1st, Champion, Woodworking/394 - Unit 1 Sr. Measuring Up Colby Sammons, Qualifier, Photography/367 - Level 1 Sr. Focus on Photography Morgan Sammons, Qualifier, Photography/366 - Level 1 Int. Focus on Photography; 9th, Special Events/Best Photo Contest/390 - Int Photo Sarah Schenk, 5th, Photography/373 - Unit 3 Sr. Mastering Photography Maggie Shawcroft, 10th, Heritage Arts/910 - Int Knitting; 1st, Grand Champion, Range Management/451 - Range Management Int Trinity Simmons, 1st, Champion, Cake Decorating/609 - Unit 4 Jr. Character Cake Trista Simmons, Qualifier, Cake Decorating/600 - Unit 1 Jr Edible Cake Alissa Sinclair, Qualifier, Cake Decorating/632 - Unit 12 -Sr. Create Your Own Erica Sinclair, 2nd, Reserve Champion, Leathercraft/361 - Unit 9 Sr. Braiding and Untooled Renae Sinclair, 1st, Champion, Leathercraft/359 - Unit 9 Jr. Braiding and Untooled 6
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CONEJOS COUNTY Bailee Canty, 3rd, Breads/820 - Senior Unit 13 - Yeast Loaf Chance Canty placed 2nd in the Crossbred Jr Yearling Heifer class of the Jr Breeding Heifer Show. Ember Canty, 3rd, Breads/816 - Intermediate Unit 12 - 4 Yeast Rolls; 7th, Clothing Construction/656 - Unit 7 Int Sewing for Others Kashley Canty, Qualifier, Clothing Construction/643 - Unit 1 Jr Beginning Clothing; 3rd, Specialty Foods/827 - Unit 21 Jr Baking - 4 Biscuits Lauren Canty, 3rd, Specialty Foods/ 834 - Unit 23 Int. Baking - Butter or Sponge Cake Riley Canty, 3rd, Specialty Foods/830 - Unit 22 Jr. Baking - Coffee Cake Macy Huffaker (age group16-18), 10th, Gymkhana Written Test; 6th Barrel Race; 6th, Pole Bending; 4th, Flag Race; 7th, Senior 16-18 Gymkhana High Point Morgan Huffaker (age group 14-15), 10th, Sr/Gymkhana Written Test; 3rd Barrel Race; 5th Pole Bending; 4th, Flag Race; 5th, Senior 14-15 Gymkhana High Point Calder Larsen placed 10th in the Crossbred class of the Junior Market Hog Show Clayton Peterson placed 6th in the Crossbred class and 7th in the Yorkshire class in the Junior Market Swine Show Sheridan Peterson placed 8th in the Junior Market Beef Show and 11th Crossbred in the Junior Market Swine Show Lexi Shawcroft, 2nd, Reserve Champion, Leathercraft/ 360 - Unit 9 Int. Braiding and Untooled Erika Valdez (age group 14-15) (Level III-IV), 1st, Gymkhana Written Test; 1st, Pole Bending; 6th, Flag Race; 1st English Test Level; 7th English Showmanship; 1st, Equitation: 1st, Riding Control; 1st, Show Hack; 2nd, Hunter Hack; 1st Western Test; 1st, Western Showmanship; 1st, Horsemanship; 1st Trail; 1st, Western Riding; 2nd, Reining Level; 2nd, Senior 14-15 Gymkhana High Point; 1st, Western Level III-IV High Point; 1st, English Level III/IV High Point; Erika also received an Overall Level III/IV Saddle Olivia Valdez (age group 14-15) (Level lI), 2nd, Gymkhana Written Test; 4th Barrel Race; 5th, Flag Race; 1st, English written test; 1st English Showmanship; 2nd Equitation; 4th, Riding Control; 5th, Show Hack; 2nd, Western Test; 1st, Western Showmanship; 1st, Horsemanship; 1st, Trail; 1st, Western Riding; 2nd Reining; 4th, Senior 14-15 Gymkhana High Point; 1st, Western Level II High Point; 1st, English Level II High Point; Olivia also received a Overall Level II Saddle. Rachel Valdez (age group 16-18) (Level III-IV), 3rd, Gymkhana Written Test; 2nd Barrel Race; 1st, Pole Bending; 5th, Flag Race; English written test; 1st English showmanship; 2nd Equitation; 1st, Riding Control; 1st, Show Hack; 3rd, Hunter Hack; 1st Western Test; 1st, Western Showmanship; 1st, Horsemanship; 5th, Western Riding; 7th, Reining; 2nd Senior 16-18 Gymkhana High Point; 3rd, Western Level III-IV High Point; 1st, English Level III/IV High Point; Rachel also received a $1000 English NJC Scholarship.
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COSTILLA COUNTY Hannah Fischer, 4th, Artistic Clothing/685 - Int Combinations; 6th, Cake Decorating/626 - Unit 8 Int. Fondant; 8th, Shooting Sports/454 - Int Archery Keaton Fischer, 5th, Small Engines/399 - Unit 1 Jr. Crank It Up; Qualifier, Shooting Sports/453 - Jr Archery Castorina Gilmartin, Qualifier, Cake Decorating/600 - Unit 1 Jr Edible Cake RIO GRANDE COUNTY Amanda Avila, Qualifier, Cake Decorating/604 - Unit 2 Int Single Layer Cake Emilie Beckner, 7th, Food Core Projects/ 803 - Unit 2 Jr On the Road to Fun and Fitness Grace Beckner, 1st, Champion, Food Core Projects/810 - Unit 4 Int Food, Fitness and Fun Gracie Burkhart, 10th, Cake Decorating/613 - Unit 5 Int. Cupcakes â€“Themed Tirzah Cadicamo, (age group 16-18) (Level II) 5th, Western Test; 7th, Western Showmanship; 7th, Horsemanship; 6th, Trail; 6th, Western Riding; 4th, Reining; 5th, Western Level II High Point; Nikita Christensen, (age group16-18), (Level II) 4th, Gymkhana Written Test; 7th Barrel Race; 8th, Pole Bending; 3rd Flag Race; 1st, English Written test; 6th English Showmanship; 7th, Equitation; 5th, Riding Control; 5th, Show Hack; 1st, Western Test; 9th, Western Showmanship; 8th, Horsemanship; 7th Trail; 5th, Western Riding; 3rd, Reining; (level III-IV) Ranch written test; 3rd, Ranch Horsemanship; 2nd Ranch Trail: 3rd, Ranch Cow: 2nd, Ranch Cutting; 4th, Senior 16-18 Gymkhana High Point; 3rd, Senior 16-18 Ranch Level III/IV High Point; 4th, Western Level II High Point; 6th, English Level II High Point Wyatt Clark, 1st, Champion, Leathercraft/361 - Unit 9 Sr. Braiding and Untooled Sydney Crowder, Qualifier, Food Core Projects/800 - Unit 1 Jr Riddles and Rhymes and Fun Food Times; 6th, Heritage Arts/909 - Jr Knitting KaDee Crowther, 1st, Champion, Heritage Arts/919 - Unit 2 Int. Quilting; 2nd, Reserve Champion, Cake Decorating/610 Unit 4 Int. Character Cake Alycia David, Qualifier, Cake Decorating/627 - Unit 8 Sr. Fondant; Participant, State Fashion Revue Contest Kristen David, Qualifier, Cake Decorating/622 - Unit 6 Int. Cut-Up Cake Colby Harris, 2nd, Reserve Champion, Model Rocketry/349 - Unit 4 Int. Advanced Model Rocketry Justin Heredia, 8th, Cake Decorating/630 - Unit 10 Sr. Tiered Cakes; 4th, Cake Decorating/631 - Unit 11 Sr. Molds Carly Hinton, placed 4th and 5th in the Crossbred class and 9th in the Yorkshire class in the Junior Market Hog Show. Carly also placed 2nd and received Reserve Champion for the Market Hog Showmanship. Casin Holder, 6th, Photography/365 - Level 1 Jr. Focus on Photography Tristen Holder, 5th, Model Rocketry/340 - Unit 1 Int. Introduction to Rocketry Balsa Fins Ila Jolly, 2nd, Reserve Champion, Breads/819 - Intermediate Unit 13 - Yeast Loaf; 1st, Grand Champion, Cake Decorating/626 - Unit 8 Int. Fondant Megan Kessler, Qualifier, Scrapbooking/ 391 - Scrapbook Album Sr.; 4th, Wildlife/489 - Sr. Exploring Wildlife Dustin Kyffin, 3rd, Woodworking/396 - Unit 2 Int. Making the Cut Jordyn Neely placed 7th in the Light weight and 8th in the Medium weight classes in the Junior Market Goat Show Braquel Schiermeyer, 4th, Clothing Construction/643 - Unit 1 Jr Beginning Clothing Madison Schiermeyer, 6th, Clothing Construction/650 - Unit 3 Int Beginning Clothing 8
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Shayna Schiermeyer, 4th, Clothing Construction/646 - Unit 2 Jr Beginning Clothing Abigale Sittler, 3rd, Clothing Construction/663 - Unit 22 Int Synthetics and Rayon Zachary Sittler, 1st, Reserve Grand Champion, Woodworking/399 - Unit 3 Int. Nailing It Together Evan Stults, Qualifier, Cake Decorating/600 - Unit 1 Jr Edible Cake Faith Stults, 1st, Champion, Cake Decorating/625 - Unit 7 Sr. Flat Surface and Nail Flowers Grace Stults, 1st, Champion, Heritage Arts/923 - Unit 3 Sr. Quilting; 1st, Champion, Heritage Arts/923 - Unit 3 Sr. Quilting Keith Wacker, Qualifier, Shooting Sports/461 - Sr. Shotgun SAGUACHE COUNTY Elizabeth Hoffner, 1st, Champion, Clothing Construction/662 - Unit 21 Sr Cotton or Cotton Blend; 6th, Clothing Construction/664 - Unit 22 Sr Synthetics and Rayon; 15th, Best Stylist Presentation, State Fashion Revue Contest Kristine Hoffner, 4th, Clothing Construction/650 - Unit 3 Int Beginning Clothing Laura Morfitt, 1st, Grand Champion, Forestry/432 - Unit 1 Jr. Follow the Path Jordan Lobato, placed 1st in the Jr Maine Tainer Heifers with her summer yearling heifer and was also named the Reserve Division Champion for Jr Yearling Heifer class of the Jr Breeding Heifer Show. Nicholas Lobato, placed fifth in the Junior Market Beef Show Ashlyn Rockey, Qualifier, Clothing Construction/643 - Unit 1 Jr Beginning Clothing Johnnie Torr, placed 3rd in the Nubian Does 2 yr & under 3 of the Youth Dairy Goat show. Johnnie also received Reserve Grand Champion in the Junior division of the Youth Dairy Goat Showmanship. Mason Torr placed 3rd in the Swiss Sr yearling class and 6th in the Swiss Does 2 yrs and Under 3 class of the Youth Dairy Goat show. Mason also received Grand Champion in the Intermediate division of the Youth Dairy Goat Showmanship. SLV SHOOTING SPORTS/ARCHERY RESULTS We want to congratulate Matt Sinclair who sponsored the SLV 4-H Shooting Sports/Archery contest in July. In the Junior Compound Limited Class Jared Sinclair received Grand Champion; Chase Mortensen received Reserve Grand Champion and Keaton Fischer received third place. In the Junior Recurve Traditional class Hannah Fischer received Grand Champion In the Senior Compound Unlimited Class Alissa Sinclair received first place, Grand Champion In the Senior Compound Traditional Katie Holtsclaw received first, Reserve Champion In the Senior Recurve Traditional Matthew Kritner received first place, Grand Champion and Nicole Lunt received second, Reserve Champion.
NATIONAL 4-H WEEK! Celebrate National 4-H week, October 6-12, by sharing your 4-H experience with new people in your community. Post on social media sites, show off a project, or just strike up a conversation. Show how 4-H is “making the best better” every day. 9
Published on Sep 20, 2013