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MCCRACKEN COUNTY 4-H EXHIBITS

Cooperative Extension Service

University of Kentucky

4-H Agents

Adair Baysinger, Robert Tashjian, and Amanda Wilson

  1. All 4-H exhibits must be turned into the McCracken County Extension Office, June 18th – 21st, 2018. Each participant must register their entries. Registrations must be scheduled by calling 270-554-9520 by Friday, June 15th, 2018. Items must be turned in the day of registration.
  1. 4-H is open to youth ages 9 – 19 as of January 1st of the current year, with regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin or disability.
  1. Exhibits will be judged on the Danish Scoring System: Blue, Red or White. The decision of the judges is official and final.
  1. Purple Championship ribbons will be presented in each class. Selection of Champion will be from Blue Ribbon entries
  1. Premiums – Purple Ribbon/Champion – $6.00; Blue Ribbon – $5.00; Red Ribbon – $4.00; White Ribbon – $3.00.
  1. 4-H entries which receive Purple Championship will represent McCracken County at the Kentucky State Fair where there are categories for judging.
  1. Participation in the fair may be a youth’s first involvement in 4-H work. Youth do not have to be a 4-H member to participate.
  1. All exhibits must be picked up after July 9th at the McCracken County Extension Office – 2025 New Holt Road.
  1. Rules and items accepted can be found on the 4-H website, www.the4h.org. If you have any questions, please call (270) 554-9520.

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McCRACKEN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

Robert Polivick – FFA

Joy Doron – FCCLA Home Economics

PADUCAH TILGHMAN HIGH SCHOOL

Kelly Workman – FCCLA

McCRACKEN COUNTY EXTENSION SERVICE

Kathy Wimberley – Horticulture

Robert Tashjian – County Extension Agent 4-H & Youth Development

Adair Baysinger – County Extension Agent 4-H & Youth Development

Amanda Wilson – County Extension Agent 4-H & Youth Development

Denise Wooley – Family & Consumer Science