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right, front row, Davis Sandefur, 9-year- I Speech winner; Allie Druin, 9-year-oldI ech winner. Back row, Dalton Doolin, 9-I lYear-old Speech winner; and Hannah Midkiff, I p-year-old Speech winner. I tr-olds front row: Jasmine Phelps, 12-year- Speech alternate; Lindsey Likesn, 12-year- Speech alternate. Back row, Megan IBlankenship, 12oyear-old Speech winner; Erica IMartin, 12-year-old Speech winner. 11-year-olds TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 21, 2002, PAGE 17-B f eft to right: Leslie Gossett, 13-year-old Speech winner; Vicki ylor, 15 through 19-year-old Speech winner; and Crystal Clayton, -year-old Speech winner. | e hOSted its on Fri- was Middle rnem- Country the nine- Sarah 0-year-olds Jones; Brandi Hagerman; Hannah Mid "hff; Tricia Jeffers; Krystin Young; Karisa Henderson; Grace "Gabby" Geary; Dalton Doolin; Allie Druin; Davis Sandefur; Jessica Desper; Zachary Geary; and year-old class were: Beth Peters; Shelby Wilson; Kayla Leach; Ivy Coleman; Heather Flener; Leslie Ford; Robin Farris; Melanie Ford; Dorissa Vincent; Megan Snodgrass; Nick Middleton; KelHe Johnson; and Kelci Sabrina Chinn. Filback. Those competing iathe 10- Also: --=Morgarr -Miller; Mahaleigh Wheatley; Ashley Boling; Taylor Simpson; Raven Stratton; Sara Funk; Courtney Chinn; Kateri Rhodes; Stephanie Curry; and Rebekah Felty. Those competing in the 11- year-old class were: Ryan McBride; Ramsey Carpenter; Sara Smith; Cati Himes; Shebrena Maden; Hannah Baird; Jennifer Norsworthy; Justin Oliver; Kelly Johnston; Jacklyn Autry; Latasha Daugherty; Becky Hayse; Rebecca Hall; Lucy Paez; Natasha Barnes; Cody Garvin; Sesiley Miller; Barcley Decker; Samara Cook; and Kayla Roach. ThoSe competing in the 12- year-old class were: Nathan Bishop; Chris Ford; Megan Blankenship; Brittany Murray; Jasmine Phelps; Erica Martin; Lindsey Likens; Jordan Cummins; Felicia Felty; Heather Vanderver; Michael Burns; Sony Pierce; Mary Beaulieu; and Alex Hagerman. Competing in the 13-year-old class was Leslie Gossett. Competing in the 14-year-old 'class was Crystal Clayton. Those competing in the 15- through-19-year-old class were: Amanda Wallner and Vicki Tay- lor. Congratulations to all who competed. It took a lot of hard work and courage to prepare and present their speeches. Each 4- H member giving a speech at the county contest will be invited to go to Holiday World this summer for the annual awards trip spon- sored by the 4-H Adult Council. 4-H appreciates the judges and room monitors for taking their time to judge and assist with the event and Ms. Tichenor and Ohio County Middle School for allowing them to use the school to host the event. They also appreciate the parents and families who came out to support their children. Without their support, 4-H could not exist. The nine-year-old champions were Davis Sandefur arid Allie Druin from Beaver Dam El- ementary. The two alternates were Dalton Doolin from Horse Branch Elementary and Hannah Midkiff from Wayland Elementary. The ten-year-old champions were Courtney Chinn and Tay- lor Simpson from Wayland El- ementary. The two alternates were Raven Stratton and Sara Funk from Wayland Elementary. The eleven-year-old cham- pions were Hannah Baird from Wayland Elementary and Lucy Paez from Beaver Dam Elemen- tary. The two alternates were Rebecca Hall from Beaver Dam El nt ry nd Rm-nseyCar- .... penter from Wayland Elemen- tary. The twelve-year-old cham- pions were Megan Blankenship and Erica Martin from Beaver Dam Elementary. The two alter- nates were Jasmine Phelps and Lindsey Likens from Beaver Dam Elementary. The thirteen-year-old cham- pion was Leslie Gossett. The fourteen-year-old cham- pion was Crystal Clayton. The fifteen -through-nineteen- year-old champions were Amanda Wallner and Vicki Tay- lor. These twelve 4-H members will be representing Ohio County in the Area Communica- tion Night at McLean County Middle School on April 9 at 6:30 p.m. They will be competing against Daviess County, Henderson County, Ohio County, McLean County, Webster County, Hancock County. and Union County. Should one of the twelve be unable to attend the competition, one of the alter- nates will be asked to attend. Good luck at the Area Competi- tion! 4 H annual Speech Contest winners Left to right, front row: Hannah Baird, 11-year-ol l Speech winner; Lucy Paez, 11-year-old Speech winner. Back row, Ramsey Carpenter, 11.year-old Speech Alternate; and Rebecca Hall, 11-year-old Speech Alternate. 12-year-olds Left to right, front row: Taylor Simmons, 10- I year-old Speech winner; Courtney Chinn, I I 10-year-old Speech winner. Back row, I ! Raven Stratton, 10-year-old Speech Alter-I ! hate; and Sara Funk, lO-year-old Speech I ! Alternate. ]