Members of the West Wateree Ropes and Reins and Kershaw County 4H Horse clubs participated in several competitions at the SC State Fair.
Senior 4H Healthy Lifestyles State Champions
Pictured: Dr. Pamela Arden, State 4H Program Leader, Morgan Smerdell, Sidney Goff, Sara Beth Napper, and Deon Legette, County Extension Agent
The cooking team will advance to the National competition in New Orleans, LA next summer.
Matthew Smerdell – Junior – Reserve Champion
Sidney Goff – Senior – Reserve Champion
Sara Beth Napper – Blue Ribbon
Morgan Smerdell – Red Ribbon
Creative Arts Contest
Sidney Goff – 1st Place – Senior Craft
Sara Beth Napper – 1st Place – Senior Woodworking
Katherine Ellig - 1st place-- Senior Painting & 2nd place-- Senior Drawing
Matthew Smerdell – 2Nd Place – Junior Photography
Eilish MacPherson – 2nd Place – Senior Drawing
Morgan Smerdell – 3rd Place – Senior Photography
Addison Lee – 1st Place , Cloverbud Novice- Western Showmanship
Amelia Lee – Participation Ribbon in Youth Hunter Showmanship, Pony Hunter Under Saddle and Youth Western Showmanship.
Melissa Ferral - 2nd Pony Hunter U/S (Under saddle)
Cleo Lampert - 5th Pole Bending
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Sidney Goff, Morgan Smerdell and Sara Beth Napper, members of the West Wateree Ropes and Reins 4H Club, conducted a foods demonstration for the public in the Moore Building at the SC State Fair. They prepared a Chicken/Fruit Salad and a Vegetable Stir Fry. During the demonstration, they talked to the audience about the importance of eating healthy, specifically more fruits and vegetables.
4H Community service project - Preparing to put a 4H sign up. The 4H sign is up on Hwy 521, compliments of Belger Farms.
4H is a community of young people across America learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.
Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service offers its programs to people of all ages, regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, political belifs, sexual orientation, marital or family status and is an equal opportunity employer.