4-H members represent county at activity day
Four Indiana County 4-H members recently represented the county at the Southwest Region 4-H Activity Day, giving eight presentations, speeches, dramatic interpretations or impromptu talks in the communication contest.
Three members also participated in the Fashion Review. Members from six counties competed.
Elizabeth Bruner and Abigail Bruner won a first-place trophy for their team presentation in junior animal science on “How to Groom Your Dog.” Elizabeth Bruner also won a trophy for her dramatic interpretation called “Amazing Grace,” a blue ribbon for her junior public speech, and a red ribbon for her impromptu speech. Brydan Spencer won a blue ribbon for her dramatic interpretation and her impromptu speech. White ribbons were won by Abigail Bruner and John Clark Bruner in junior impromptu.
In the Fashion Review competition, Elizabeth Bruner entered the junior contest and won a royal blue ribbon for the first honors group. Abigail Bruner placed in the second honors group with a light blue ribbon. John Clark Bruner modeled an item made as a Cloverbud and also entered a pillow in the non-wearable category.
People from the county also assisted with the contest.
Leader Kitty Eget and former Extension educator Gene Schurman served as judges. Extension staff Carol Schurman, Katie Mehalik, and Kelsey Isenberg served on the planning committee.