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Submitted by Alyssa Perry, UCCE 4-H Program Representative
March 8, 2018
GLENN COUNTY 4-H LIVESTOCK CHALLENGE #2/ ABA JUDGING DAY & INTERVIEW CONTEST HELD
Members, leaders, and guests representing Glenn County 4-H attended the second ten-species Livestock Challenge event held February 24, 2018, at the Glenn County Fairgrounds, reports 4-H Program Representative, Alyssa Perry. Glenn County 4-H All-Star/B.L.A.S.T. team and alumni, their advisor, Landry Otterson; Schaffert 4-H Club lead by Marci Sanchez; Clover 4-H Club lead by Neisha Furtado & Gina Taylor; and Lake 4-H Club lead by Katie Boles and Charissa Olmos, hosted the challenge. Rosie Inzunza of Stoney Creek 4-H Club was the chairperson for the Cookhouse. Thank you to all of our adult volunteers who helped proctor the Livestock Challenge #2, ABA Judging Day and 1st Annual Interview Contest: Jeanette Mendonca, Robin Kampmann, Katie Boles, Jennifer Scritchfield, Debbie Scritchfield, Katie Starma-Franck, Enrique Ramirez, Becky Johnson, Deanna Hamilton, Virdiana Gonzalez, Ken and Marci Sanchez, and Neisha Furtado. Another thank you to our youth volunteers that helped with set-up, registration and general duties: Sarah Mendonca, Teresa Mendonca, Kaitlyn Kampmann, Claire Boles, Allie Barajas, Ciara Fleming and the B.L.A.S.T/ All Star team- Carson Karle, Jakob Munguia, Kenzie Eddy, Viviana Olmos, and Sheyenne Munguia. We appreciate everyone’s efforts.
There were over 214 participants from Glenn County 4-H at this event. Primary Livestock participants were: Abimeleck and Xiomara Gonzalez of Capay 4-H; Faith Hamilton and Ripley Springstead of Clover 4-H; Maddee Baker, Danica Corp, Emma Hands, Jesse Olmos, Andrea Pinedo, Colton Pollin, and
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