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272 students to participate in Clay County Jr. Livestock Show and youth Fair


Prospective buyers and donors are once again invited to support the youth of Clay County participating in the junior livestock show and youth fair Jan. 12-14.  The 35th annual livestock show will be held at the Perry D. Woods Agriscience Facility, located behind Henrietta High School.  The youth fair will be Thursday, Jan. 12 at the Henrietta High School Cafeteria.  This year, 272 youth will participate in the livestock show and youth fair.

There are some scheduling changes for the 2012 show.  The cattle will show on Thursday beginning at 4 p.m. Judging of youth fair entries will begin at 3 p.m. and public display will be from 5-6:30 p.m.  On Friday, rabbits will be judged at 9 a.m. followed by poultry at 11 a.m. and pigs at 2 p.m.  The show will conclude on Saturday with sheep and goats being judged beginning at 9 a.m.

The Henrietta Kiwanis Club and the Clay County Junior Livestock Association will again accept donations for the premium auction.  Those unable to attend the premium sale are encouraged to make a donation payable to CCJLA and can be sent to the Clay County Junior Livestock Association, 210 W. Ikard St., Suite B; Henrietta, Texas  76365.  Unless otherwise specified, donations are typically pooled for the benefit of those youth who may need additional support.  Donations are tax-deductible and help youth pay for their projects and supplies.

A free chili supper will be held prior to the Jan. 14 auctions, beginning at 5:30 p.m.  The youth fair auction will begin at 6:30 p.m., followed by the premium livestock auction at 7 p.m.

A form listing each student entered in the livestock show and youth fair will be available at the extension office after Friday, Jan. 6.  These add-on lists will be available during the livestock show.

For questions or comments, contact any of the following Agriscience teachers: Mike Jackson of Bellevue High School, (940)928-2104; Johnny Simmons of Byers High School, (940)529-6355; Ed Cordero, Shane Crafton or Tony Dunkerley of Henrietta High School, (940)720-7937; Justin Milton of Midway High School, (940)476-2240; Josh Cox of Petrolia High School, (940)524-3213; or County Extension Agents Missy Hodgin or Sherri Halsell, (940)538-5042 or 538-5052.

Students participating in this year’s events are as follows:


Luke Allison, Savannah Allison, Emily Barnett, Devon Cassetty, Alicia Cockshutt, Braden Gregory, John Grunseich, Jake Hamilton, John Hanson, Mike Hanson, Colby Hoffman, Ashley Jackson, Colin Kollman, Trista Lawson, Brennah Malaer, Dani Moore, Joe Moore, Nicci Moore, Megan Morrow, Morgan Morrow, Ashley Parr, Dayton Shook, Dylan Throckmorton, Emily Trail, Kaylee Trail, Rachael Weathers and Stormy Weathers.


Heather Coleman, Sydney Daniels, Katie Fox, Heather Goolsby and Haley Massey.


Mason Barry, Kassidy Beeler, Kolton Beeler, Kandon Bennett, Katie Jo Blanscet, Kambridge Booher, John Brock, Luke Brock, Thad Brock, Austin Brown, Kalico Burkes, Skee Burkes, Sierra Burkhart, Mkayla Burns, Camrin  Byers, Zachary Byers, Conner Chambers, Holt Chambers, Macey Choate, Josey Cleveland, Laycee Collins, Lindsey Crafton, Ryan Crafton, Keaton Davis, Monica Dugan, Addie Duncan, Kristen Duncan, Parker Dunkerley, Laramie Dunn, Alicia Eggleston, Kylee Erickson, Reece Essler, Trey Essler, Rody Fenoglio, Conner Fletcher, Austi Flowers, Allison Forrester, Kayla Francisco, Sarah Francisco, Erin Gallagher, Katie Halsell, Haleah Harmon, Corby Henry-Morrison, Heather Hicks, Addison Hoff, Brooke Hoff, Jordan Hoff, Kirkland Hoff, Klayton Hoff, Kristen Hoff, Leo Hunter, Cade Johnson, Austyn Jones, Connor Kirby, Parker Kleinert, Dylan Knight, Mason Knight, Daniel Koetter, Dellen Koetter, Elizabeth Koetter, Justin Koetter, Madeline Koetter, Mackenzie Martin, Abigail McClain, Megan McCormick, Macy McDaniel, Katie Newberry, Braiden Obermier, Morgan Peterson, Cassie Pickett, Chris Reel, Jacobi Reynolds, Becca Riggins, Ryan Ritchie, Caden Robinson, Joey Robinson, Leah Scribner, Regan Seigler, McKenna Seward, Hannah Sharp, Riley Sizemore, Tate Sizemore, Jessica Skinner, Andi Stewart, Brittany Taylor, Heather Taylor, Kasey Taylor, Mikayla Taylor, Garrett Tice, Trent Tice, Austin Trent, Lindsey Trent, Adriana Velez, Addison Wade, McKenzie Weaver, Grady West, Parker West, Jade White, MaKenzie White, Ethan Williams, Joe Dell Williams, Kaci Williams, Stefani Wolf, Todd Yurcho, Trent Yurcho, Abby Zamzow and Joyana Zamzow.

Home School

Maddie Bitner, Victoria Bitner and Matthew Watson.


Allie Ablia, Abbey Adams, Abbie Armour, Macon Armour, Zachary Baker, Rusty Belknap, Tessa Berend, Coty Chase, Makayla Cokendolpher, Zach Coker, Autumn Colley, Kynlee Copeland, Katie Cummings, Cole Davis, Lizzie Dickinson, Caleb Dove, Codi Griffin, Brad Groves, Tanner Hampton, Kaleeanna Heuring, Nicole Ivy, Savannah Johnson, Emilee Macklin, Payton Macklin, Ryanne Macklin, Brady Mataska, Mackenzie Mayo, Troy Merito, Will Morath, Ashley Norton, Ashlyn Pace, Jacob Plummer, Caroline Ramsey, Scott Ramsey, Katie Reed, Jared Richardson, Maggie Smith, Jeromy Stacy, Jace Taylor, Vinita Trevino, Katelyn Washburn, Landon Washburn and Rachael Wilson.


Jacob Blevins, Jesse Blevins, Brandon Cannon, Cody Cannon, Jayson Castle, Katey Clark, Ben Forester, Bryce Forester, Kelli Forester, Korri Franke, Mikayla Graham, Brent Jones, Rachael Keener, Jordan Mass, Dawn Mathias, Heather Methias, Keaton Merkel, Mark Nall, Mary Nall, Erika Richardson, Alan Self, Aimee Spearman, Marley Tate, Josh Terry and Brody Wilson.

Scotland Park Elementary

Jordan Davis.

Wichita Christian

Kaylee Adams.

Notre Dame

Alex Parkey.


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