4Hers participate in contests


On July 21-29, several Sampson County 4-H members participated in the 2015 North Carolina 4-H State Livestock Skillathon, Quiz Bowl and Judging Contests, where youth across N.C. gathered to test their knowledge on livestock, meat identification, feeds, and forages. Chasen Matthis placed 10th in the Junior Division for sheep judging; Wyatt Kendall placed 5th in the Senior Division for sheep judging and also placed 10th in the written test portion of Skillathon. Particapting in state 4-H activities are, from left, Shane Kendall, Wyatt Kendall, Chasen Matthis, Amber Lackey, Colbey Matthis, and Peyton Matthis. Not pictured is Hannah Horne. FMI on how you can get involved with 4-H, call the Sampson County Extension Office at 592-7161.


On July 21-29, several Sampson County 4-H members participated in the 2015 North Carolina 4-H State Livestock Skillathon, Quiz Bowl and Judging Contests, where youth across N.C. gathered to test their knowledge on livestock, meat identification, feeds, and forages. Chasen Matthis placed 10th in the Junior Division for sheep judging; Wyatt Kendall placed 5th in the Senior Division for sheep judging and also placed 10th in the written test portion of Skillathon. Particapting in state 4-H activities are, from left, Shane Kendall, Wyatt Kendall, Chasen Matthis, Amber Lackey, Colbey Matthis, and Peyton Matthis. Not pictured is Hannah Horne. FMI on how you can get involved with 4-H, call the Sampson County Extension Office at 592-7161.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_State-Judging-5.jpgOn July 21-29, several Sampson County 4-H members participated in the 2015 North Carolina 4-H State Livestock Skillathon, Quiz Bowl and Judging Contests, where youth across N.C. gathered to test their knowledge on livestock, meat identification, feeds, and forages. Chasen Matthis placed 10th in the Junior Division for sheep judging; Wyatt Kendall placed 5th in the Senior Division for sheep judging and also placed 10th in the written test portion of Skillathon. Particapting in state 4-H activities are, from left, Shane Kendall, Wyatt Kendall, Chasen Matthis, Amber Lackey, Colbey Matthis, and Peyton Matthis. Not pictured is Hannah Horne. FMI on how you can get involved with 4-H, call the Sampson County Extension Office at 592-7161.

On July 21-29, several Sampson County 4-H members participated in the 2015 North Carolina 4-H State Livestock Skillathon, Quiz Bowl and Judging Contests, where youth across N.C. gathered to test their knowledge on livestock, meat identification, feeds, and forages. Chasen Matthis placed 10th in the Junior Division for sheep judging; Wyatt Kendall placed 5th in the Senior Division for sheep judging and also placed 10th in the written test portion of Skillathon. Particapting in state 4-H activities are, from left, Shane Kendall, Wyatt Kendall, Chasen Matthis, Amber Lackey, Colbey Matthis, and Peyton Matthis. Not pictured is Hannah Horne. FMI on how you can get involved with 4-H, call the Sampson County Extension Office at 592-7161.

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