The following 4-H Youth Development articles printed in the Summer 2017 edition of the quarterly Oldham County Extension newsletter.
Kentucky 4-H Gold Award Recipient
Congratulations to Molly Logsdon who received the Kentucky 4-H Gold Achievement Award, the second highest 4-H award in the state.
A lifelong 4-H’er, Molly joined the Busy 4-H’ers of Oldham County at age six as a Cloverbud. She has attended 4-H Camp since age nine, and this will be her fourth year in a camp leadership role. President of the Oldham County Teen Club, Molly also serves on the Kentucky 4-H State Teen Council and the State Teen Newsletter Committee. Two of their current projects include establishing the District 3 Teen Council and Teaching Positivity Through Improv.
This November, Molly will representing Kentucky 4-H at the 2017 National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, Georgia. We are so proud of you, Molly!
State Communications Day
Oldham County 4-H’ers conducted speeches and demonstrations at the 2017 District 3 Communications event in April. A special congratulations to those that will be moving on to the state competition in July: Hannah Anderson, Maggie Anderson, Sarah Griffin, Kendall Kennedy, Sam Ray. Excellent work, 4-H’ers!
State Dog Skillathon Results
The 2017 State 4-H Dog Skillathon was held on Saturday, March 11th in Scott County. Congratulations to the following Oldham County 4-H’ers for their achievements:
Beth Huffman and Carrie Olds both placed third in the individual skillathon.
The Junior Team received reserve champion: Carrie Olds (team captain), Ella Olds, and Peyton Ash.