Local dairy members qualify for districts
Warren County 4-H dairy members have qualified to attend the district dairy show to be held Saturday, Aug. 30, in Crawford County. Members who will represent the county include: Parker Curtis, Mackenzie Mourer, Edward Sekerak and Maya Weis, all from Columbus; Delaney Bell, John Curtis, Myla Curtis and Dylan and Skylar Riedel, all from Corry; Mackenzie Gates of Home, Pa.; Tara Sleeman and Tristen Wilcox of Russell; Aiden and Caleb Kafferlin of Spring Creek; Shane Blair, Sabrina Long, and Taylor Snook of Sugar Grove; Nick and Sami Johnson of Waterford; and Allison Skinner of New York.
The members qualified for the district show by participating in one of the dairy clubs in the Warren County 4-H program. Members are required to attend meetings, participate in a club community service, present a speech to their club, and complete 4-H dairy project books. Additionally members participate in their club round-up which is held in conjunction with the Warren County Fair. The 4-H dairy members are judged on showmanship, fitting, and the type of dairy animal they are showing.
To find out more about the Warren County 4-H program contact the office at 563-9388 or check out the website at: extension.psu.edu/warren. 4-H is open to boys and girls age 8 to 18.