Butler County 4-H Teens Recognized at Mammoth Cave Area Banquet
On Tuesday, November 28, six teens from the Butler County 4-H Teen Club were recognized for their achievements throughout the year. This annual banquet showcases 4-Hers’ achievements throughout the Mammoth Cave Area. In addition to the awards, there was also a delicious meal catered by Green River Catering of Morgantown.
The emcees for the evening were 4-Hers Bree Russell from Metcalfe County, Luke Jacobs from Butler County, and Luke Carter from Hart County.
Those from Butler County recognized for their achievements this year:
Area Demonstration—Jr. Horse Team, State Champion.
Bardstown District Beef Show – Hereford Senior Yearly-breed
champion; Hereford Cow/calf breed champion; Red Angus
Senior Yearling breed champion
State Fair – Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer and Reserve
Champion Hereford Heifer.
Area Demonstration – Sr. Horticulture, State Champion
Country Ham Contest – 1st Place Non-Smoked Speech 2001, 1st
Place Non-Smoked Overall 2001, Division Champion 2001
Area Mock Interview Contest – 14-15-year-old.
Area Demonstration – Jr. Horse Team, State Champion
Bronze Achievement Winner.
Silver Achievement Winner
Area Demonstration – Jr. S.E.T.
State Fair – Entomology Two One-Pound Containers of Dark
Amber Extracted Honey Class Champion.
State Fair—Electric Entering Electronics Class Champion.
Several teens from Butler County 4-H were also in attendance to help with registration.
L to R: Kadi Hunt, Mattie McKinney, Kaylee Vanmeter, and Zach Imbruglio.
If there are any teens that would like to get involved with the Teen Club, our next meeting will be on December 12th, at 4 p.m. at the Extension Office. We would be glad to see you.
Story and photos by Luke Jacobs, Beech Tree News