Young photographers earn district 4-H awards

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Addie Duncan of Henrietta earned the Best Intermediate award in the "People" category of the district 4-H photography show.

The 2012 District 4-H Photography Show results were announced Wednesday, May 2, during the District 4-H Roundup. Clay County had six juniors and intermediates competing.

Addie Duncan earned first place and the best intermediate award in the “People” category, receiving a blue ribbon and third place and a red ribbon in storyboard and a red ribbon in the marine/aquatics category. Katie Newberry received second place and a blue ribbon in the catch-all category. Kaylee Adams placed third, receiving a red ribbon in dominant color, three red ribbons in plants and flora, animal wildlife, and animal domestic, and two white ribbons in elements of design and details/macros. Joe Moore received two red ribbons for night photography and in the food category. Mikayla Taylor received a red ribbon for nature/landscape.

In the junior division, Todd Yurcho received two red ribbons for nature/landscape and elements of design.

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