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Results shared for 4-H’ers small grains and soybeans

Sabil Davenriner was the sole 4-H’er with a Small Grains project, earning a champion ribbon for a submission of small grains, oats/container of grain.
Several 4-H’ers earned a variety of ribbons for their soybean submissions. Judging for each took place on Friday, July 23, at the Huntington County Fairgrounds.
Results are as follows for soybean projects:

SOYBEANS
Grades 3-5
Jason Couch, champion; Isaiah Goeglein, reserve champion.

Blue ribbon with merit: Bryce Gilbert.

4-H’ers show off craft skills

Molly Craft (left) sits by as 4-H arts and crafts judge Cindy Berning (right) discusses her art project submission with her. Judging took place at Lincoln Elementary School on Thursday, July 22.
Photo by Katelynn Farley

Here are the complete results of the 2021 Huntington County 4-H Fair arts and crafts projects:

ARTS AND CRAFTS
Needle Craft

Morgan Betterly, champion.
Traevor Myers, champion.
Leah Alwine, reserve champion.
Madison Herstad, reserve champion.

Blue ribbons: Elsie Davis and Madeline Davis.

Red ribbon: Megan Lickey.

Model Craft
Kole Keiffer, champion.
Aiden Wohlford, champion.
Eli Ramp, reserve champion.
Zachary Ramp, reserve champion.

4-H’ers show dairy cows during fair

The 2021 4-H Dairy show, which took place on Saturday, July 24, saw the Reinholt family take home many honors - with Trevor, Abigail and Benjamin Reinholt all earning honors in their respective age group divisions for showmanship.

Trevor was named Showmanship Master Champion.

For the Senior division, which is for grades 9 through 12, Trevor was also named the champion.

Abigail took home the champion in showmanship for the intermediate level, which is grades 6 through 8. Dyson Pearson earned the reserve champion slot.

Market rabbit show took place July 25

4-H’er Dillon Trout reaches into the cage to retrieve his rabbit during the 4-H market rabbit show.
Photo by Katelynn Farley

Here are the complete results of the 2021 Huntington County 4-H Fair Market Rabbit Show.
 

MEAT PENS
Blue ribbons: Levi Walter, first, Anikah Eckert, second; Logan Walter, third; Corey Marden, fourth; Merisa Walter, fifth; Clair Eckert, sixth; Isaac Conwell, seventh; Cyrus Conwell, eighth; Jason Couch, ninth; and Benjamin Shriner, 10th.

Results of 4-H shooting sports, education shared

Here are the complete results of the 2021 Huntington County 4-H Fair shooting sports projects:

SHOOTING SPORTS
EDUCATION

Grades 3-5, Level 1
Jacey Fairchild, champion.
Hunter Saunders, reserve champion.
Blue ribbons with merit: Alison Herstad, Dawson Husband, Kaden Kuehnert and Tayteum McCoart.
Blue ribbon: Kaiden Vanlandingham.

Grade 6-8, Level 2
Caeden Crider, champion.

Grades 9-12, Level 3
Red ribbon: Madison Houser.

SHOOTING SPORTS
PARTICIPATION

4-H Swine Show results announced

Tyler Melcher presents his pig during the Swine Show.
Photo by Katelynn Farley

Here are the complete results of the 2021 Huntington County 4-H Fair Swine Show.
Bristol Buckland, grand champion gilt.
Jaima Vigar, reserve grand champion gilt.
Maci Scher, third place gilt; Mason Miller, fourth place gilt; and Alexandria Raab, fifth place gilt.
Quintenn Vigar, grand champion and reserve grand champion barrows.
Owen Vickrey, third place barrow; Aidan Raab, fourth place barrow, and Caden Brubaker, fifth place barrow.

4-H Scholarship Winners


Photo by Emily Wyatt

The Huntington County 4-H Fair Scholarship Program took place on Wednesday, July 28, at the Huntington County Fairgrounds. The three recipients of the Indiana 4-H Foundation scholarships were Stephanie Atkinson (right), Matthew McMillan (left) and Colton Bradt (not present).

4-H Scholarship Winners


Photo by Emily Wyatt

The family of Janelle Marie Saunders awarded Audrey Rice (left) with the 2021 Saunders Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 on Wednesday, July 28, at the Huntington County Fairgrounds. Also featured are (from left) Justin, Tiffany and Rick Saunders.

4-H Scholarship Winners

Two 4-H’ers were the recipients of the the 2021 Huntington County 4-H Scholarship. Featured recipient Jessica Hernandez with 4-H Youth Development Educator JP Pietrowski.  Scholarships were awarded on Wednesday, July 28.

4-H Scholarship Winners


Photo by Emily Wyatt

Two 4-H’ers were the recipients of the the 2021 Huntington County 4-H Scholarship. Featured is recipient Stephanie Atkinson with 4-H Youth Development Educator JP Pietrowski. Scholarships were awarded on Wednesday, July 28.