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Chatham 4-H livestock club members participate at NC state fair

Posted Tuesday, November 25, 2008

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Pittsboro, NC - Members of the Chatham County Charging Champions 4-H Livestock Club participated in beef and dairy competitions at the North Carolina State Fair in Raleigh, Oct. 16-26. Junior beef heifer show participants included (back) Kaylyn Groce, Siler City; (middle, left to right) Ethan and Nathan Jones, both of Pittsboro; Victoria Hackney, Siler City; Clay and Matthew White, Siler City; (front, left to right) and Luke and Nolan White, Siler City. Both Nathan Jones and Matthew White received super showmanship recognition in their respective age divisions.

Not pictured are Sarah and Logan Thomas, Pittsboro, who participated in the junior and open dairy show activities at the NC State Fair. Sarah Thomas received a second place in dairy showmanship in her age division and a third place in the dairy cow costume contest. The Thomas' both earned first place dairy showmanship awards in their age divisions at the Dixie Classic Fair in Winston-Salem, Oct. 3-12. Logan Thomas currently serves as president of both the 4-H club and Jordan-Matthews FFA Chapter.

The 4-H club's next meeting will be held Friday, Dec. 19 in Siler City, where the group will elect new officers for the upcoming year.

Chatham County 4-H is part of the Chatham County Center of the Cooperative Extension Service and is a participating United Way Agency. Employment and program opportunities are offered to all people regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

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