4-H talent show winners announced

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By Roberta Hunt

The annual 4-H Talent Show was held on Friday, April 16, at the Springfield Opera House.   Each act was outstanding and the top acts from Friday night will now advance to the district event scheduled for Saturday, May 15, in Elizabethtown.  In the senior vocal category, winning champion was Rose Clements who performed “Sandra Dee.”  Winning reserve champion was Mary Kutter singing “Valentine.” Receiving blue ribbons were Bob Grider who sang “Close Every Door” and Brittany Wells and Tyler Adams who sang “Sissy’s Song.”  In the Junior vocal category, winning champion was Alex Figueroa and Hannah Harmon singing “Love Story.”  Winning reserve champion  was Katie Carney singing “You Belong with Me’ and Jessica Settles  won a blue ribbon singing “Your’re Not Sorry.” In the Junior Theatrical Division, Tommy and Hannah Harmon won champion with a skit entitled “Re-Living the 80’s.”  Samantha Ross won the Senior Division with an Interpretive dance routine.


North Washington 6th Grade classroom winners

Champion – Cheyenne Merriman, Reserve Champion – Cleo Lewis, Honorable Mention – Sarah Ronan, Lucky blue – Wade Parrott

Champion – Alex Cochran, Reserve Champion – Noah Harmon, Honorable Mentions – Hannah Edelen, Maranda Richardson, Lucky blue – Tyler Carey


The 4-H Youth Fair will be April 23 and 24 at the extension office.  4-H members turning in projects for judging must submit them to the extension office by 4:30 p.m. on Friday.  On Saturday, the display  is open to the public with a pet show beginning at 12:30 p.m. with registration and 1 p.m. with the judging.  For more information on the 4-H Youth Fair, contact the Washington County Extension office at 336-7741.

The 4-H Fashion Revue will be held on April 27, 6 p.m. at the extension office.  The event is open to the public.  Washington and Marion County sewing members will be modeling outfits they have completed.