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White County 4H Fair Pedal Pull Winners

Children and their parents braved the searing heat for the opportunity to prove their pedal pull skills during the 2019 Youth Pedal Pull event

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Mason Hobbs, 9 year old son of Lincoln and Whitney Hobbs, gave it his all during the 2019 Youth Pedal Pull at the White County 4-H Fair.

held at the White County 4-H Fair on July 10. Sponsored by the White County Farm Bureau Young Leader Committee, this is the first year the event was held in conjunction with the 4-H Fair.

Trophies were awarded for first and second place in each class. Class winners were:

Class 1 Girls, Under 50 lbs – 1st Place-Brynlee Sauls (only 1 entry in class)

Class 1 Boys, Under 50 lbs – 1st Place-Jordan Stallings; 2nd Place-Nevan Jordan

Class 2 Girls, 50-75 lbs – 1st Place-Annsley Healy; 2nd Place-Emmaline Draper

Class 2 Boys, 50-75 lbs – 1st Place-Chase Brown; 2nd Place-Mason Ray

Class 3 Girls, 76 lbs & Over –1st Place-Promise Roser; 2nd Place-Jalynn Phillips

Class 3 Boys, 76 lbs & Over – 1st Place-Zeke Roser; 2nd Place-Lincoln Draper

22 children participated in the event. Each participant received a Dairy Queen Sundae Coupon for their efforts.

The Young Leader Committee is a group of individuals ages 18-35 that volunteer to support self-improvement, family, political, business, and networking programs for young farmers in White County.


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Twenty-two kids pedaled toward victory during the annual Young Leader Youth Pedal Pull Event. Participating were Emmaline Draper, Jordan Stallings, Breyton Sauls, Nevan Jordan, Chase Brown, Brynlee Sauls, Travis Nausley, Kassie Nausley, Mason Ray, Mason Hobbs, Jalynn Phillips, Ethan Howard, Lincoln Draper, Braxton Wheeler, Grace McCarty, Annsley Healy, Hadley Williams, Mossyn Blazier, Zeke Roser, Aurellia Williams, Promise Roser, and Aidan Jordan.