Members of the Cambria 4-H club exhibited their dogs and displayed ceramics, creative arts, food, leather, photography and welding items at the Mid-State Fair. Kelly Johnson, dog Leader, worked hard all year with the 4-H members and their dogs to bring them to the level of competing at the fair.
Tracy Covell, ceramics Leader, helped members express their creativity by making ceramic boxes and totem poles.
Nancy Taylor, creative arts, food and leathercraft Leader, helped members learn how to cook safely, taught new art techniques and how to safely tool with an easy-carve knife. Marcia Rhodes, photography leader, taught members how to take pictures from different angles and how to prepare them for the fair. Garrett Taylor, welding leader, taught members how to concentrate on welding projects and safely plasma cut and wire feed weld.
Spencer Caserio, Tara Covell, Claire Doherty, Grace Doherty, Jazmine Kelleher, Cameron MacTavish, Zoe MacTavish, Carlos Plummer, Kyle Plummer, Ashlyn Snow, Maryssa Snow, Meg Stern, Jacob Taylor, Reba Taylor, Zachary Taylor, Connor Torell, Kallan Torell, Jackson Willhite and Kellie Wolfe all participated at the Mid-State Fair and earned ribbons for their hard work and dedication.
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“I enjoyed making my stepping stone,” said Grace Doherty.
“I think I’m working towards the next level in dog. I think I did well in my photo group,” said Carlos Plummer.
“I had fun and was proud of my 4-H work,” said Meg Stern.
“I am proud that I got fifth place out of 16 people for my apple pie,” Zachary Taylor said.
“It was amazing looking at other people’s stuff, especially the cakes,” said Kellie Wolfe.
— Meg Stern and Zachary Taylor, 4-H reporters