Fifty 4-H members earned the opportunity to represent Belmont County at The Ohio State Fair in 57 different projects. Each 4-H member competed against 4-H members from across the county which completed the same project during Still Project Judging on July 20th. Youth were required to complete all project specific requirements, bring their completed project book, a one-page report and a display showing what they learned through their project.
During the project evaluation, the judge then asked each youth questions about their project to determine their level of knowledge gained through participation in the project.
The following youth were selected by judges based their knowledge and achievement in their specific project area to compete again youth from across the state at The Ohio State Fair: Emily Baker, Hannah Baker, Joshua Baker, Logan Bassa, McKinzie Bennington, Brynne Carpenter, Kyle Carpenter, Rachel Clarke, Canarissa Cline, Abby Collins, Tiffany DeNoble, Kaleigh Downing, Kiana Duncan, Kaitlyn Fortuna, Nick Fritter, Shana Glasgow, Kies Graham, Jacob Greenlee, Graham Hart, Sam Haverty, Eric Haverty, Samantha Hermann, Sarah Holtsclaw, Zachary Hull, Ricky Johnston, Samantha Ketter, Ellie Knox, Emma Lewis, Micahlene Mehl, Jordan Mehlman, Thomas Moore, Krista Morrison, Brandon Nucci, Dakkota Ramsay, Mariah Riley, Cole Roberts, Micaela Rockwell, Caity Romshak, Carly Schafer, Sarah Scott, Arin Selmon, Kassidy Stephens, Summer Stephens, Nathan Stuckey, Alexxis Tanley, Derien Thompson, Dustin Tomich, Jaimie Wheeler, Paige Wilson and Cody Wolford.
For more information about 4-H, please contact the Belmont County Extension Office at 740-695-1455.