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[JUNE 10, 2006]  The Logan County 4-H Bicycle Show was on June 18. Nine 4-H members participated in this year's show.

Pictured, left to right, are Max Buse, state fair alternate; Mathew Runyon, Level III winner and state fair delegate; Timothy Carter; Molly Buse; Sam Buse, Level II winner and state fair delegate; David Carter, state fair alternate; Samantha Beard; Kourtney McAllister; and James Carter. [click on picture for larger image]

Sam Buse of Beason received the Bicycle Level II Award, donated by Lincoln McDonald's. Mathew Runyon of Broadwell received the Bicycle Level III Award, donated by Cloverdale 4-H Club.

Sam was also chosen as Illinois State Fair delegate in Bicycle Adventures II, and Mathew is the state fair delegate in Bicycle Adventures III.

Max Buse of Beason and David Carter of Lincoln were chosen as state fair alternates in Bicycle Adventures III.

All 4-H participants and their ratings are listed at right.

For further information on Logan County 4-H, contact the Logan County 4-H office at 980 N. Postville Drive, Lincoln, IL 62656; or phone (217) 732-8289.

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2006 4-H Bicycle Show results

Bicycle Level II Award -- Sam Buse

Bicycle Level III Award -- Mathew Runyon

Bicycle Adventures I, blue awards -- Samantha Beard, Molly Buse, Kourtney McAllister

Bicycle Adventures II, blue awards -- Sam Buse, James Carter

Bicycle Adventures III, blue awards -- Max Buse, David Carter, Timothy Carter, Mathew Runyon

State fair delegates -- Sam Buse, Mathew Runyon

State fair alternates -- Max Buse, David Carter

[News release by Patty Huffer, Logan County Extension]


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