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Randolph County 4-H youth place in 2024 general show

A group of 4-H youth gather with their projects at the general show.

SPARTA, Ill. –Randolph County 4-H members showed off their creativity and skills through their projects at the annual general show. Members were judged in visual arts, photography, food and nutrition, floriculture, and more. 

Youth that received state delegation will be able to display their projects at the Illinois State Fair in Springfield this August. Winners for 2024 included:

Breanna Autry  (Modoc)

  • Photography 2

Angela Baker (Coulterville)

  • Food and Nutrition (Cooking 101)

Cori Burns (Coulterville)

  • Food and Nutrition (Cooking 301)

Brody Leedle (Baldwin)

  • Entomology (Beekeeping 2)

Hadley McMaster (Sparta)

  • Food and Nutrition (Cooking 101)

Annabelle Pearce (Modoc)

  • Veterinary Science

Connor Pederson (Sparta)

  • Health 1

Emma Reickenberg (Steeleville)

  • Food and Nutrition (Cooking 101) 
  • Forestry (Forestry of Fun 1)
  • Visual Arts (Chalk/Carbon/Pigment)

Sophie Reickenberg (Steeleville)

  • Photography 1

Micah Sattler (Red Bud)

  • Electricity 1
  • Food and Nutrition (Cooking 201)
  • Woodworking 2

Leah Sattler (Red Bud)

  • Food and Nutrition (Cooking 101)
  • Intercultural (Passport to the World)

Alaina Smith (Ruma)

  • Creative Writing
  • Horticulture (Vegetable Plate)
  • Theatre Arts 1
  • Visual Arts (Computer-Generated Art)

Chase Smith (Ruma)

  • Food Preservation (Jams/Jellies/Preserves)
  • Horticulture (Vegetable Plate)
  • Visual Arts (Leather)

The youngest 4-H members, known as Cloverbuds, also received a green ribbon for participation in the fair. The 2024 Cloverbud participants for Randolph County were:

  • Gus Maddox (Prairie Du Rocher)
  • Elijah Sattler (Red Bud) 
  • Jessi Weber (Coulterville)
  • Oliver Wahl (Evansville)

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