4-H Oral Communications Contest results announced
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[April 28, 2010]
Logan County 4-H
recently had its annual Oral Communications Contest. State fair
delegates selected were Cameron Jodlowski, Atlanta, in formal
speech; Jeremy Denlinger, Lincoln, oral interpretation; David
Carter, Lincoln, illustrated speech; Kenyon Jodlowski, Atlanta,
original works; and Timothy Carter, Lincoln, general demonstration.
State fair alternates are Ryan Huffer,
Lincoln, in formal speech; Hannah Crider, Lincoln, illustrated
speech; and Joe Ahrends, Lincoln, oral interpretation.
Jodlowski was selected as the top oral communicator and received a
plaque sponsored by Lincoln IGA.
All were blue award winners.
Additional blue award winners were Miriam Carter of Lincoln and
Molly Schempp of Atlanta.
Judges for this year's contests were Tina Nutt of Lincoln and
Deann Mott of Mount Pulaski.
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, or call 732-8289.
[Text from file received from
County Extension Unit]