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Six Milam Co. 4-H record books headed to state

A total of 23 4-H record books were sent to the District 8 4-H judging on July 8. Senior record books that place first at the district contest will be sent to the state contest in August. This year six Milam County 4-Hers are submitting their record book for the state judging.

Senior record books winning first in district and going on to the state judging include Natasha Ramthun (family life), Jarrett Beckhusen (gardening and horticulture), Emily McCoy (photography), Madeline Kostroun (poultry), Sterling Faulkner (safety) and William Dean (shooting sports).

Other senior record books participating at district, but not advancing included: Elaine Luckey (goat, second place), Evan McCoy (leadership, third place) and Tyler Vrazel (beef, participant).

In t he i nter me d iate d iv ision, Milam County participants were: Danielle Pedroza (citizenship and civic education, second place), Kami Hooker (consumer education, second place), Anna Snowden (goat, f irst place), Carson Cobb (leadership, second place) A.J. Harwell (rabbit, first place), Collin Kostroun (range management, first place) and Ethan Krumnow (shooting sports, first place).

Milam Count y’s entries in the junior division were: Patrick Cobb (plant & soil science, first place), Patrick Dean (poultry, first place), Kelton Hooker (range management, first place), Julia Harwell (food and nutrition), Chandler Barton (goat), Ly ndy L au r rel l ( hor se) a nd Gracen Dach (swine).


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