Alamance 4-H’ers Excel at District Activity Day

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Eight Alamance County 4-H members participated in Presentations at District Activity Day, held on Saturday June 15th at NC A&T State University.

4-H members conducted a presentation on a topic of their choice. Some even demonstrated how to cook a steak. We also had a member participate in the Fashion Revue!

Not only did we have 8 youth compete, all eight placed among their age groups! In the Cloverbud division, Payton Langley conducted a demonstration on how to groom a horse. This was Payton’s very first DAD! Way to go, Payton!

Gabe Snyder, Aedyn Snyder, Noah Snyder, and Waylon Pendergraft all competed in the Beef Char-Grill competition. Gabe took home 1st place in the 8-10 age category. Aedyn was awarded 1st in the 11-13 age category. Waylon earned 1st and Noah earned 2nd in the 14-18 age category. Congratulation, guys!

In the Arts & Communications category, Emmy Kernodle placed 1st for her presentation on her favorite author, Alan Gratz. Emmy also participated in the Fashion Revue, where she designed and sewed a cold shoulder dress out of a pink cotton floral fabric. Awesome job, Emmy!

Kiya Kernodle is no stranger to DAD. For Kiya’s presentation this year, she talked about nonprofit businesses, including her own, Kiya’s Cupcakes! This presentation earned Kiya a 1st place win! Congrats, Kiya!

Anna McDaniel competed in her very first Presentations, demonstrating how to create an acai bowl. Anna took home 3rd place! Way to go, Anna!

6 of our members will be competing at the State Presentations Finals in July!

(L to R) Dr. Mike Yoder, Dr. Misty Blue Terry, Kiya Kernodle, Jo Sundbom, Sally Cabrera. DAD 2024