Franklin County 4-H Youth Succeed at NC State Fair

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Franklin County 4-H  Youth Succeed at the 2022 NC State Fair

Franklin County 4-H was well represented at the 2022 NC State Fair in areas including but not limited to livestock shows, poultry shows, 4-H crafts, culinary, and canning. We had an estimated 20 Franklin County 4-H’ers that participated in different activities. We are so very proud of all our youth. Lance Williams, Franklin County 4-H’er and NC 4-H State Vice President attended the opening ceremony to help cut the ribbon. The following youth listed are only a few of the youth and their activities. There were so many entries that it is hard to report them all.

4-H’er                           Category and Winnings

Meredith Potter             Frog Quilt-1st Place and Ashe County Quilt Guild Award, Needle Felt Pumpkin-1st Place Fall Sign, Chocolate Chip Scones, and Barbie Cake

Chaney Leonard          Champion Intermediate Showmanship Wool Sheep, Best of Show in Fig Preserves, 1st Place in Tomato Juice, Dried Peppers and Blackberry Jam, Hand Painted Jean Jacket, leather tooled shoes, quilt block

Clayton Leonard          Watermelons, pumpkins, and winter squash-multiple ribbons

Carson Leonard          Jam-1st Place, Walking Stick

Eli Blair                        Lego, painted rock, Poultry (chickens & ducks)

Liam Blair                    Lego, artwork,Poultry (chickens & ducks)

Ava Blair                      Artwork, mixed media jewelry, Poultry (chickens & ducks)

Sophia Blair                 Mixed Media Jewelry, Poultry (chickens & ducks)

Lance Williams            Photography, baking, jewelry, soap making, candle making, quilting, stuffed article, and tin punch

Makenzie Davis           Goat show

Makayla Davis             Reserve Grand Champion Junior Showman Cattle, 1st Place and Got to Be NC-Limousine Heifer

Lamb Show, Won Eastern Carolina Circuit Jr Division

Caleb Davis                 Cattle Show, 1st Place and Got to Be NC-Limousine Heifer

Emma Haynes             Photography-1st Place-Sr Landscape or Seascape, Photography 4-6 photos-1st Place-Sr,  Digitally Enhanced Photos-2nd Place-Sr, Leather, Pottery, paper craft, wooden objects, jewelry, painted rock

Valerie Poole               Turkey Show, Decorated Cake-2nd Place, Reserve Champion & Got to Be NC Champion in Division 1 All other Breeds Market Lamb, 1st-White Face Class and Got to Be NC Class Winner, l Grand Champion Ewe & Got to Be NC Champion in All Other Registered Breeds Division-Dorset Advantage

Meredith Poole            Turkey Show, 1st White Face Class & Got to Be NC class winner, 2nd Place-Dorset Yearling Ewe Class

Destiny Adams            Chicken Show,1st & 3rd with her White Rocks, 1st with two Lavender Orpingtons and 2nd place with another Lavender Orpington.

4-H youth pictured with their winning entries in the NC State Fair competitions

4-H youth pictured with their winning entries in the NC State Fair competitions

NC State fair prize winning chicken by DAdamsDestiny Adams – Chickens

Photos submitted. For information about 4-H Youth Development please contact 919-496-3344, Meg Wyatt,