Bethany Rea (Oral Communication Judge), Molly Schempp (Top Oral Communicator Award winner), Deanne Mott (Oral Communication Judge)

4-H Oral Communications Contest results announced
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[April 16, 2016]  LINCOLN - Logan County 4-H recently held its annual Oral Communications Contest. Molly Schempp was selected as the top oral communicator for her Extemporaneous speech and received a plaque sponsored by P/K Hobby Farm.

State Fair delegates selected included Cavit Schempp, (Illustrated Speech), Atlanta; Hannah Crider & Miriam Carter (Oral Interpretation), Lincoln; and Stephen Starasta (Original Works), Lincoln. State Fair alternates are Sarah Starasta (Illustrated Speech), Lincoln; and Daniel Crider (Oral Interpretation), Lincoln. All were blue award winners.

Additional blue award winners included Molly Schempp, Atlanta; and Caroline Ahrends, Lincoln.

Judges for this year's contests were Deanne Mott, of Mt. Pulaski and Bethany Rea, of Lincoln.

Participants eft to right, front row: Daniel Crider and Stephen Starasta. Back row: Caroline Ahrends, Hannah Crider, Miriam Carter, Molly Schempp, Cavit Schempp and Sarah Starasta.

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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 4-H Office, at 980 N. Postville Dr., Lincoln or call 732-8289.

About 4-H: Illinois 4-H strives to help youth learn skills for living. University of Illinois Extension provides 4-H programs in every county in Illinois. Illinois 4-H aims to impact the lives of 200,000 youth each year through sustained learning clubs and groups and short-term programming.

[Patty Huffer, Extension Program Coordinator /Youth Development, Logan County]


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