We would like to thank the George West Independent School District, Ty Sparks, Pat James, and Margaret Yarborough, for allowing us the use of the George West Elementary Campus and the Cafeteria.
The event was a huge success and was attended by all of the District.
Live Oak County was very successful in all of the events they competed in.
Prior to the Educational Presentations held on May 4, in George West, the youth travel to Fredericksburg on April 20, to compete at the District Livestock Judging competition.
The Junior Livestock judging team won first place and were coached by Mitchell Williams.
The District 12 4-H Roundup is a collection of opportunities for 4-H members to compete with others from across the district.
The variety of contests included as part of this event features public speaking, communication, expressive arts, judging and evaluation, consumer buying, and a number of other events.
On May 4, we had several teams and individuals competing at the District Roundup competition.
Junior Grass and Plant ID Team won first place, the team consisting of Isabella Garza, Erynn Studlar, Morgan Kegebein and Bryce Favor.
Competing in the Senior Grass and Plant ID competition was Myca Reed, placing 4th.
We are extremely grateful to the Grass and Plant ID coach Kason Haby, he has taken countless afternoons to work with these kids, and all of their hard work paid off.
Also competing in the Junior Share the Fun, Choreographed Routine, performing a tap dance to, Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5 was Megan Redding, Erynn Studlar, and Makaylah Davis. These girls won 1st place in their division, and we are extremely proud of them!