A group of High Country Handiworkers met on Friday, June 22 at the McKee Building in the Exhibit Hall for the opportunity to complete the demonstration requirement for their 4-H projects.
Lexi Grundy—How to Decorate your Cat Cage for Cat Show Competition (Cat)
Mikayla Mann—The Genetics of Chicken (Blue, Black & Speckled) (Chicken)
Mikayla Mann—How to Make Goat Milk Soap (Self Determined)
CharLee Davis—How to Make stained Glass pieces (Self Determined)
Chai Henkelman—Parts of a Compound Bow (Archery)
Cayden Henkelman—Parts of an Arrow (Archery)
Gideon Rivera—Decorating a Cake like a campsite (Cake Decorating Unit 1)
Riley Breshears—Making a Fishing Rod Holder (Sportfishing)
Wyatt Grundy—What to Have in a Survival Kit (.22 Rifle)
Trey and Dylan Meyers, and Selena Griner—Parts of an Arrow (Archery)
Clara and Kendrick Coats—What it Takes to Have a Top Placing Market Chicken Pen (Chicken)
Braelyn Caffey – What is Needed in a Supply Bag for a Shotgun Practice (Shotgun)
Cindy, Anita, Chenille and Jared were the leaders present. The club provided pizza and water.
The High Country Handiworkers 4-H club was chartered in 1980 and is located in Larimer County, Colorado.
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