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White County 4-H Show gets off to good start on Saturday

The 2017 White County 4-H fair was kicked off with a nice morning of clean up at the Floral Hall and Livestock Barn.  Then the dogs, cats, and small pets were the first to show.

Caitlin South – Enfield Blue Ribbon, Jalie Bradfield – Grayville Go-Getters, Claire Cawthron – Enfield Blue Ribbon, Grace McCarty – Grayville Go-Getters, and Brandon Jordan – Enfield Blue Ribbon.

Six 4-Hers, Jalie Bradfield, Grace McCarty, Claire Cawthron, Brandon Jordan, Caitlin South, and Calvin York receive blue ribbons for their dogs. Caitlin South and Calvin York received Superiors and Caitlin received a Best of Show. Calvin also received a blue ribbon in Dog Obedience.

Brandon Jordan with his bearded dragon

Four 4-Hers, Emily Glaser, Laney Cawthron, and Breyton Sauls were judged and given blue ribbons and Caitlin South receiving a red ribbon for their cats with Breyton receiving a Best of Show and Superior with Emily also receiving a Superior.  Of the small pets Guiney pigs were shown by Claire Cawthron, she received a Best of Show with her Guiney pig.  Breyton Sauls received a blue ribbon, Best of Show and a Superior, for his caged bird.  Brandon Jordan received a blue ribbon, Best of Show and a Superior, for his bearded dragon.  With her hamster, Suzy Jackson received a blue ribbon, Best of Show, and a Superior.

Jalie Bradfield and her dog Cleo.

The 2017 White County 4-H continued Saturday night with the horse show at the Jerry Sutton’s Farm in Norris City.

Mallory Hobbs at the 4-H Horse Show on Saturday