Hettinger County 4-H holds Communication Arts Event

Eleven 4-H’ers gathered to compete in the county Communications Arts Contest…

Photo by Joyce Hinrichs Sydnee Anderson won a blue ribbon for her Dramatic Presentation
Photo by Joyce Hinrichs
Sydnee Anderson won a blue ribbon for her Dramatic Presentation

Published June 7, 2013

The Herald

By Joyce Hinrichs

Eleven 4-H’ers gathered to compete in the county Communications Arts Contest, vying to qualify to participate in the Districts Communications Arts contest which will be held in New England in June.

Qualifying in the Pre-Teen Demonstrations division were, Kaden Auch with his presentation of the “Quick Release Knot, Tanner Anderson with his demonstration, “How to shoot a Bow” and Kaylee Eisenbarth with her demonstration, “How to Make a Sock Bun”.Winning a spot at Districts in Public Speaking/Humorous Division was Emily Ehlis, who told her story of Adventure Dog TV, with of course the help of her imaginary dog, Ernest.  In the Commercial Division the duo of Jamison Johnson and Teddy Mayer won top honors with their commercial displaying “Choosing a Gun for 4-H Shooting Sports.

Blue Ribbons were presented to Isabelle Hardmeyer for her work in the Pre-Teen Demonstrations Division, “How to Make a Smoothie, and Sam Huether, demonstrating how to make “Apple Smile Snacks. Sydnee Anderson won her blue ribbon in the Dramatic Presentation division telling a story she had written herself she entitle “Time”.

Judge for the evening was Mike Wehri. Cloverbuds presenting were Matt Huether and Kendra Auch.

 

 

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