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Grant County 4-H Shines at National Western Roundup

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Photo: Mariah Runnels, 3rd Place, Impromptu Speaking

Three 4-H Teams from Grant County competed in this year's annual National Western Roundup in Denver, Colorado, January 9 through 13, and came away winners.

 

Photo: (l to r) Tyler Monzingo, Ashley Gilpin, Kodi Cox, Jean Marie Gardner, and Wyatt Moon, 2nd Place, Parliamentary Procedure

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The Teams were winners in last July's state 4-H contests, competing in the categories of Parliamentary Procedure, Consumer Decision Making, and Impromptu Speaking, and they made their mark again in the national competition.  The winners were:

  • Third Place, Impromptu Speaking: Mariah Runnels
  • Second Place, Parliamentary Procedure: President tyler Monzingo, Wyatt Moon, Ashley Gilpin, Jean Marie Gardner and Kodi Cox - coached by Shane Wetzel
  • Third Place, Consumer Decision Making - Group Think: Sean Kishbaugh, Kinsey Fisher, and Zoe Kasten - coached by Judy O'Loughlin

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Photo: (l to r) Kinsey Fisher, Sean Kishbaugh and Zoe Kasten, 3rd Place, Group Think

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