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4-H oral communication winners     Send a link to a friend

[MAY 6, 2004]  Logan County 4-H recently conducted its annual oral communications contest. Illinois State Fair delegates selected were Andrew Fulton, Lincoln, in illustrated speech; Abrigail Sasse, Beason, original work; Kim Turner, Atlanta, oral interpretation; and Katie Turner, Atlanta, oral interpretation. Alternates are Emily Bakken, Lincoln, illustrated speech; David and Daniel Fulton, oral interpretation; Ryan Huffer, Lincoln, illustrated speech; and Zack Huffer, Lincoln, illustrated speech. All were winners of blue awards. Abrigail Sasse was selected as the top oral communicator and received a plaque sponsored by Lincoln IGA.

Additional blue award winners were Mathew Runyon, Lucas Munson, Rebekah Crider, David Carter, Elizabeth Carter, Dasha Phelps, Allen Giles, Stephen Squaire and Abby Squaire, all of Lincoln.

Judges for this year's contests were Andrew Thoron of Mount Pulaski and Nathan Horn of Normal.

Oral communication is a life skill taught and practiced in 4-H. To find out more about the program, contact the Logan County Extension office, 980 N. Postville Drive in Lincoln, or call 732-8289.

[News release by Patty Huffer,
Logan County Extension community worker]

 

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