San Francisco Valley 4-H News
Each year, our club members look forward to showing their projects at the Catron County Fair. We also look forward to the opportunity to qualify to send articles on to the State Fair. Many of our members’ exhibits qualified this year. We also look forward to raising money for our club by opening the concession stand at the horse show. This year we sold burritos, hot dogs, nachos, baked goods, pretzels, candy, and drinks. Catron County 4-H members did well at the State Fair overall.
From the San Francisco Valley 4-H Club: Alexandra Hemmer got a 3rd place on her sewing project (pants); Brett Evans placed 3rd for his model rocket and 1st on his wooden bookcase; Garrett Evans received 2nd on his small engines exhibit and 2nd on his wooden footstool; James Taylor got 1st on his entomology exhibit; John Robertson got three 1st place ribbons for his leather craft exhibits; Kendra Taylor got first place for her butterscotch fingers and 1st for her floral arrangement; Levi Simpson got 1st place for his leather journal and 1st for his landscaping poster; Maegan Simpson got a 1st place for her crocheted pillow, 2nd for her crocheted potholder, 1st for her pound cake, and 2nd for her Apple Bundt cake; Rebecca Allison received 2nd place for her poster on Generation Celebration; and Wyatt Evans got a 1st place for his wooden flower box and 3rd for his wooden picture frame.