Greenbrier County 4-H excels at State 4-H Days

Blue Ribbon winners at the county level who went on to compete at the state level - Cohen Gibson (left), Mary “Chris” Scronce and Josi Ervin.
Blue Ribbon winners at the county level who went on to compete at the state level – Cohen Gibson (left), Mary “Chris” Scronce and Josi Ervin.

 

Josi Ervin with her poster from her State 4-H Days Visual Presentation “Ewe First.”
Josi Ervin with her poster from her State 4-H Days Visual Presentation “Ewe First.”

 

Mary “Chris” Scronce posing with her “Cape Hatteras Lighthouse” poster at State 4-H Days.
Mary “Chris” Scronce posing with her “Cape Hatteras Lighthouse” poster at State 4-H Days.

Every year Greenbrier County 4-H sends their best to compete in visual presentations, public speaking, digital presentations, and even try his or her hand at reciting the 4-H Creed during State 4-H Days in Morgantown. This year three blue Ribbon winners from the county’s visual presentation contest went on to showcase their skills at the state level. Mary “Chris” Scronce attended State 4-H Days again this year, and came home with the highest honor, a gold ribbon, in her category. Scronce’s presentation on the history of moving Cape Hatteras lighthouse earned the highest marks in the entire “miscellaneous” category. Josi Ervin, a first year visual presentation contestant, produced her “Ewe First” presentation in the small animal category. Her efforts brought home a blue ribbon. Presenting in the Large Animal category, Cohen Gibson also brought home a blue ribbon for his “Grain and Hay Keeps the Vet Away” presentation. Through learning and mastering a life skill, Chris, Josi, and Cohen represented Greenbrier County 4-H well and exhibited the 4-H motto, “To make the Best Better.”

For more information on Greenbrier County 4-H and how you can get involved call 304-647-7408.

 

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