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Llama project kids are winners

Llama project kids are winners
Dylan Jones leads his llama through obstacles during the performance competition Nov. 11 at the Kid-n-Ewe & Llamas, Too show in Boerne. / N. KILBEY-SMITH/Reprints at

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December 26, 2012
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Members of the Wilson County 4-H Llama Project participated in the Kid-n-Ewe & Llamas, Too show Nov. 11 in Boerne.

Youth participated in performance and showmanship competition. Susan Leslie of Leslie Lane Farms directs the project and provides the animals the students perform with.

The top three in each age category in performance are:

Special needs: first, Dylan Jones; second, Justin Gabrysch

Senior: first, Kytheranialynn Fambrough-Brown; second, Tiffany Anderson; third, Jessica Kiolbassa

Intermediate: first, Job Keith; second, Madison Budde; third, Isabel Smith

Junior: first, Zoe Rutledge; second, Tanner White; third, Callie Aberle

Sub-Junior: first, Kailey McCloskey; second, Jacob Keith.

The Top 10 overall participants were, starting from first place: Job Keith, Madison Budde, Isabel Smith, Zoe Rutledge, Tanner White, Megan Fox, Dylan Jones, Michael Anderson, Kytheranialynn Fambrough-Brown, and Kirsten McCloskey.

The Wilson County 4-H Llama Project will host a llama show in La Vernia on Saturday, April 13. Everyone is welcome to attend.

View video of one participant competing in the performance round in Boerne at


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