Five Local Youth Place In District 1 4-H Food Show

November 26th, 2014

More than 130 youth from 21 Panhandle counties gathered at Bushland High School on Nov. 15 to compete in the District 1 4-H Food Show sponsored by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.
In the competition, the kids are required to prepare a dish, serve it to a panel of judges and answer questions pertaining to the preparation of the dish, food safety and storage, nutrients in the dish and how the nutrients help their bodies.
Four first place senior 4-H members, ages 14-19, will advance to state competition at College Station in June 2015. Hanna Brainard of Carson County won first place in the Grains category.
In the intermediate age group (11-13), Baylee Ogletree won second place in the Bean Main Dish category and Acacia Barker won second place in the Yeast Rolls category.
In the junior age group (9-10), Spencer Keys won second place in the Bean Salad category and Corbin Throgmorton won first place in the Special Diets category.
Congratulations 4-Hers!