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Ada 4-H member projects among 380 judged on July 17

ENTIRE LIST OF WINNERS IS ON AN ATTACHMENT AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS STORY

Approximately 380 4-H Projects were judged at the Community Building at the Hardin Co. Fairgrounds in Kenton on Wednesday, July 17.  Many Ada youth were among those who had projects judged.

Project judging is an annual event for youth who carry non-livestock projects. All 4-H members are required to participate in judging as a part of the steps they follow to complete their 4-H projects. 

Members bring in samples of their work and/or displays to share with judges and participate in an individual interview with the judge.  Members with complete projects are then eligible to exhibit their projects in the 4-H building at the 2013 Hardin Co. Fair.

Judges noted that they were impressed with the amount of time and effort our county’s youth put into their project work.  One judge stated that while sometimes it is hard to find a quality project to send to the State Fair, this year the problem was trying to pick from such a wide selection of state-worthy projects.

Open the attachment at the bottom of this story to see the list of 4-H members who received special recognition for their project work.  Those receiving state awards will represent Hardin County 4-H at the 2013 Ohio State Fair.

All youth who receive a special award will also received a special rosette or ribbon they can display on their project at the 2013 Hardin County Fair.

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