Cass County 4-H students place in District Recordbook Contest
Ten 4-H students from Cass County placed in the District IV Recordbook Contest.
The Recordbook is created by 4-H students over the course of the year and documents the goals, knowledge and skills gained, leadership experiences, awards earned and service in the community.
“Our 4-H’ers did amazing representing Cass County at the District Recordbook Contest. They take a lot of work to complete and to have so many compete is wonderful. I can’t wait to see how many compete next year,” said Cass County Extension Agent Michelle Valentin.
There are three age divisions and 29 categories that the Recordbooks are judged on, in which the student may place.
The following Cass County students were recognized:
-Carmisa Cook placed first in the junior division Gardening and Horticulture category.
-Tymber Reust placed first in the junior division Natural Resources category.
-Kendall Baker placed second in the junior division Shooting Sports category.
-Phenyx Reust placed first in the junior division Swine category.
-Lauren Burton placed third in the intermediate division Beef category.
-Mackenzie Baker placed seventh in the intermediate division Food and Nutrition category.
-Joshua Whatley placed first in the intermediate division Natural Resources category.
-Allyson Hamilton placed first in the intermediate division Wildlife and Fisheries category.
-Carolyn Stanford placed second in the senior division Health category.
-Skyler O’Neal Mathis placed fourth in the senior division Personal Development category.