Logan County 4-H Oral Communication Contest participants:
Front row, from left: Dylan Hembrough; Cavit Schempp, state fair alternate; Daniel Crider. Back row: Roy Logan, judge; Livia Harmon; Molly Schempp, state fair delegate; Hannah Crider, state fair delegate; Sarah Starasta, state fair alternate; and John Malone, judge. Not pictured: Chloe Squaire, Caleb Squaire, Nathan Squaire, Samuel Squaire and Kenyon Jodlowski.

Logan County 4-H Oral Communications Contest results announced

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[April 10, 2014]  Logan County 4-H recently conducted its annual Oral Communications Contest. State fair delegates selected were Kenyon Jodlowski, Atlanta, in formal speech; Molly Schempp, Atlanta, with illustrated speech; and Hannah Crider, Lincoln, for oral interpretation. State fair alternates are Cavit Schempp, Atlanta, illustrated speech, and Sarah Starasta, Lincoln, formal speech. All were blue award winners.

Kenyon Jodlowski of Atlanta was selected as the top oral communicator and received a plaque sponsored by Lincoln FFA.

Additional participants included blue award winners Chloe Squaire and Daniel Crider, both of Lincoln; Dylan Hembrough, of Sherman; and Livia Harmon, of Beason. Red award winners were Caleb Squaire, Nathan Squaire and Samuel Squaire, all of Lincoln. Top award ribbons were awarded to Daniel Crider and Dylan Hembrough.

Judges for this year's contest were Roy Logan, of Lincoln, and John Malone, of Bloomington.

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

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

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