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New Horizons members first at regional

February was a busy month for the members of the New Horizons 4-H Club!

We had a display at the Scott County Library. Our members showcased their projects in a lovely display. 

Three of our members attended Citizenship in Action in Topeka. They were Anna Miller, Karlee Logan and Trenedy Beaton. These girls recommend all 4-Hers taking this trip.

Then our club had a skit at County/Regional Club Days. Seventeen of our members worked hard on the skit that was called “What Does 4-H Say?” The club received second blue for Scott County and third blue for regional.

Other members participated individually.  Kylee Logan received third blue with her demonstration called “Growing Kansas Cheeseburgers.” Karlee Logan was regional champion with her senior demonstration over fabric gift bags.

Abbie LeBeau was regional champion with her junior piano solo and Conner LeBeau was regional champion with his senior piano solo.  Abbie and Conner also were regional champions with their piano duet. 

Trace Mulligan, Karlee Logan, Anna Miller and Kylee Logan also helped out at Club Days by being door monitors.

New Horizons members are looking forward to spring when show season starts!                                                        

                                                 Kylee Logan, reporter

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