4-H photographers earn awards at Rolling Plains District show

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Nine Clay County 4-Hers participated in the District 3 4-H Photography Show this year, earning top awards.

Results were presented during the Rolling Plains District 3 4-H Roundup and Share the Fun contests in Vernon on Tuesday, May 13. Participants accumulated points per photo from judges and were awarded a blue award for points between 100 and 81, a red award for 80 to 51 points, a white award for 50-31 points, or a participant award for 30-0 points.

After competing in the County Photography Show held in January all first place Junior and Intermediate winners were eligible for the District contest. Seniors winners were eligible for the State contest, which will be announced during State 4-H Roundup in June.

In the district junior division, Ashley Riddle won a blue award and best in class for marine and aquatics, blue awards in animals-domestic, animals wildlife and digital darkroom; Madeline Catron earned blue awards in elements of design, nature and landscape, night, people and story board; and Katie Yurcho, blue awards in Details & Macros, Dominant Color and Plant/Flora.

District intermediate division winners representing Clay County were Kalico Burkes, blue award and best in class for people, a blue award for plant and flora, and red awards in animals-domestic, dominant color and elements of design; Addie Duncan, blue awards in food, night and story board; Dylan Gregory, blue award and best in class in nature and landscape and blue award in animals-wildlife; Trista Lawson, blue award in catch all; Jacobi Reynolds, blue award in details and macros; and Dani Moore, red award in theme.

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