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The 411: Youth


4-H Recordbook state winners




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Wilson County 4-H members Ethan Campos, Jessica Puente, and Gage Bush are among state first-place winners in the Texas 4-H Recordbook contest.

Ethan placed first in the Entomology category; Jessica, Sheep; and Gage, Wildlife and Fisheries.

A total of 12 Wilson County senior-level books advanced to Aug. 4 state competitions.

Kayla Kopecki placed second in the Health category. Other second-place finishers were Alyssa Kopecki, Personal Development; and Carley Trout, Safety.

William Lanier’s recordbook placed third in Science, Engineering & Technology. Dustin Kotara and Kytheranialynn Fambrough-Brown, who also placed third in the Swine and Veterinary Science categories, respectively, joined William at the state contest.

Adlai Welfel’s Family Life recordbook placed fourth.

Jennifer Skrzycki’s Goat recordbook and Anne Lowak’s Poultry entry each received fifth place at state.

Recordkeeping is a very valuable skill taught to members of the Texas 4-H program. This year, 96 Wilson County 4-H members completed a recordbook on the county level. Of these, 49 books competed at district, with 25 of these placing first.
 

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