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4-H home-schoolers advance to state


4-H home-schoolers advance to state
“Cooking Cowgirls” Kayla Kopecki (from left), Alyssa Kopecki, Sarah Keith, and Kytheranialynn Fambrough-Brown


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A Wilson County 4-H home-school team placed third overall at the Nutrition Quiz Bowl District competition Jan. 7 in Kerrville. This allows the team to advance to the Texas 4-H Round-up state competition in June in College Station. The team consists of Alyssa and Kayla Kopecki of the Labatt 4-H Club, Sarah Keith of the Three Oaks 4-H Club, and Kytheranialynn Fambrough-Brown of the Stockdale 4-H Club.

In addition, Kytheranialynn placed first in the food show senior protein category with her apple stuffed pork tenderloin with a raspberry drizzle, allowing her to advance to state in the 4-H Food Show, also to be held at the Texas 4-H Round-up in June.

Previously, this same group of home-schooled 4-H’ers qualified for state in December by placing first in the 4-H Food Challenge District competition at Texas State University.
 

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