Front row, from left: Caroline Ahrends, Daniel Crider, Molly Schempp, Cavit Schempp. Middle row: Contest judge Christina Xamis, Livia Harmon, Miriam Carter, Hannah Crider, Joe Ahrends and Cameron Jodlowski. Back row: Contest judge Mike Fak and Kenyon Jodlowski.

4-H Oral Communications Contest results announced

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[April 16, 2013]  Logan County 4-H recently had its annual Oral Communications Contest. State fair delegates selected were Kenyon Jodlowski of Atlanta in formal speech, Molly Schempp of Atlanta in illustrated speech, Joe Ahrends of Lincoln in original works and Miriam Carter of Lincoln in oral interpretation.

State fair alternates are Livia Harmon of Beason in illustrated speech and Hannah Crider of Atlanta in oral interpretation. All the delegates and alternates won blue awards.

Joe Ahrends was selected as the top oral communicator and received a plaque sponsored by Lincoln IGA.

Additional participants and winners of blue awards were Cameron Jodlowski and Cavit Schempp, both of Atlanta, and Daniel Crider and Caroline Ahrends, both of Lincoln.

Judges for this year's contest were Mike Fak and Christina Xamis, both of Lincoln.

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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 at 980 N. Postville Drive in Lincoln or call 732-8289.

[Text from file received from Patty Huffer, Logan County 4-H]

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