State 4-H Day was a huge success this year with six members attending compete in visual presentations and reciting the 4-H Creed from Greenbrier County 4-H digital presentations.
This year, State 4-H Day was brought back to Jackson’s Mill with the final celebration of 100 years of 4-H Camping in West Virginia. Mary “Chris” Scronce attended State 4-H Days again this year, and came home with a blue ribbon and a second place score with her “Look at Me, Tree I.D.” presentation in the Natural Resources and Environment category.
Skye Holley, a first year visual presentation contestant, presented in the Veterinary Science category. Her “Veterinary Medicine” presentation brought home a blue ribbon and second place finish as well. Alexandria Wills presented her Small Animal project on “Caring for Your Coop” earning a red ribbon.
Alisha Hedrick, Madison Hedrick, Emma Helmick, and Chris Scronce all participated in reciting the creed earning nothing below a blue ribbon. Emma Helmick took home the highest award given in the competition, a gold ribbon, for her exceptional job presenting the 4-H Creed to a crowd. Through learning and mastering a life skill, Chris, Skye, Alexandria, Alisha, Madison, and Emma 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.