U of S wins big at 4H awards

FOTO1488 Katelyn Deslippe Ontario 4-H, St 2.jpgFOTO1482 Mariah Wotten, Ontario 4-H, Little Britain ON.jpgFOTO1493 Becky Domolewski rep Lakeland College, Taber AB.jpgFOTO1497Kelsey Dale U of S, Saskatoon SK.jpgFOTO1504 U of S Over-All Team Award.jpg
Day 2 of Agribition got off to a great start. The University of Saskatchewan students took home the Over-All Team Award at the Canadian National 4-H & Youth Judging Competition.

2012 winners included:

Megan Kemp of Pilot Mound, MB rep. Manitoba Youth Beef Round-up – 1st place, grand aggregate, $2,500 scholarship and an opportunity to judge at the First Lady Classic. She also got a lovely buckle.

Kelsey Dale of Saskatoon representing the U of S – 2nd place, $1,250 scholarship awarded by John Deere, plus a lovely buckle.

Becky Domolewski of Table AB representing Lakeland College – 3rd place, $750 scholarship award by John Deere, plus a lovely buckle

Katelyn Deslippe of St. Mary’s ON representing Ontario 4-H – 4th place, $300 cash, plus a lovely buckle

Mariah Wotten of Little Britan ON representing Ontario 4-H – 5th place, $150 cash, plus a lovely buckle.

Congrats. Their images are in this gallery – holler if you want copies BTW.

Also in this gallery, some of the sights from Agribition. I met Carol Morin, artist-in-residence who  with the help of 7-year-old  Autumn Hamblin and many other children, is working on a very cool art project in the First Nations Pavillion. Please go check it out. Also at Agribition, there are people to meet – like the lovely Maple Creek Rodeo and Indian Princesses – and a few little people are making some pretty big new Belgian friends over at the Morsky’s Roselie Farm pens. All this and more makes for a great day at Agribition. If you haven’t come down yet, get here – it’s a blast!


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