Green County 4-H Youth Participate in Communications Contest
March 7, 2019
Green County 4-H held its annual Communications Contest on Sunday, February 24th, at the Green County Justice Center. This contest was open to all countywide 4-H members in grades 5K through one year past high school.
Presenting or speaking before a group or audience is an important life skill to develop. The goal of the Green County 4-H Communications Contest is to give 4-H youth an opportunity to develop and polish these skills in a supportive and encouraging environment. Youth were eligible to submit one entry in each of three divisions: Speaking Division (prose/poetry or traditional speech); Demonstration Division (individual or team demonstration); and Non-Verbal Communication Division (poster, scrapbook, video/computer presentation, or promotional display).
This year's participants were Mickaelynn Andrews, Washington Center; Abigail Biank, New Glarus; Benjamin Biank, New Glarus; Esther Biank, New Glarus; Addyson Brauer, New Horizons; Jaydon Brauer, New Horizons; Levi Brauer, New Horizons; Maylee Brauer, New Horizons; Royce Brauer, New Horizons; Leilah King, Next Generation; Tess Lange, Young Americans; Isabelle Rolli, Dayton Dairylanders; Stella Rolli, Dayton Dairylanders; Angela Schlueter, Dayton Dairylanders; Madalyn Stephenson, Decatur; Michael Williams, Decatur; and Samantha Williams, Decatur.
4-H participants were evaluated and provided constructive feedback on their presentation, each receiving a certificate of participation and a participation ribbon (grades 5K-2) or ribbon placing (grades 3 through one year past high school). Demonstration project members were judged for Green County Fair placing and received a Green County Fair ribbon.
For more information about Green County 4-H, please visit green.extension.wisc.edu.