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4-H Consumer Decision Making Contest Held


Back from left, Noah Ellis, Nick Ellis, Jaden Murphy, Kyle Best, Gracyn Darrington and Judge Krystal Wold; front, Tylee Thorne, Gavyn Darrington, KC Korslien and Ella Gravos. (Submitted photo)

The 2021 McKenzie County 4-H Consumer Decision Making Contest was held on June 1 at NDSU Extension Office/McKenzie County, Watford City.

Jaden Murphy, Williston, received a Grand Champion ribbon in Junior Division (10-13 year olds) and Gracyn Darrington, Arnegard followed with the Reserve. Nicolas Ellis, Arnegard, and Kyle Best, Watford City, were recipients of blue ribbons.

Beginner Division (8 9 year olds) participants Gavyn Darrington, Arnegard and Tylee Thorne, Watford City, were awarded Grand and Reserve Champion honors respectively. Ella Gravos and KC Korslien, both of Watford City, awarded with blue ribbons.

Also participating in the contest was noncompetitive Cloverbud (5-7 year olds) Noah Ellis, Arnegard.

Krystal Wold, Watford City, served as the judge for the event.

The 4-H Consumer Decision Making program is designed to help youth develop decision-making skills. Their ability to observe and evaluate written materials determines their success in the program.

For more information, please contact NDSU Extension/McKenzie County at 701-444-3451.


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