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Prescott County 4-H Members showed calves at the Riceville Fair at Achievement Day. Judge Campbell McOuat of Brownsburg, Quebec, looks over the calves.

Winners at the Prescott County 4-H Achievement Day

Prescott County 4-H members held their Achievement Day at the Riceville Fair on Sunday, August 28.
Judge for the day was Campbell McOuat from Brownsburg, Quebec.
Here is a list of the winners.

Novice Showmanship: 1st -Brier Smith; 2nd – Cooper Smith.
Junior Showmanship: 1st – Caitlin Allen; 2nd – Michaela Kunz.
Intermediate Showmanship: 1st- Megan Gut; 2nd- Kyla Baranowski.
Senior Showmanship: 1st- Rebecca Spuehler; 2nd- Ariane France.
GRAND CHAMPION SHOWPERSON – Rebecca Spuehler.
RESERVE CHAMPION SHOWPERSON – Ariane France.
HONORABLE MENTION SHOWPERSON – Megan Gut.
Jersey calf class (all ages): 1st – Samuel Carrière with Carra Colton Bambi; 2nd – Alexa Maclaren with Conover Baker Maggie Moo.
Holstein Junior Calf: 1st – Brier Smith with Bonnie Brae Lyric; 2nd – Tucker Smith with Bonnie Brae Doorman Marlee.
Holstein Intermediate Calf: 1st- Ariane France with Bonnie Brae Ape McKenna; 2nd – Rebecca Spuehler with Redlodge Chip Alani.
Holstein Senior Calf: 1st – Megan Gut with S-S Holstein Cailo 2992; 2nd – Léa Keravel with Winright Doorman Elliot.
Holstein Summer Yearling: 1st – Becky Allen with Velthius Doorman Vivid; 2nd – Corey Larivière with Normlyne Farsano Silver.
GRAND CHAMPION CALF – Brier Smith with Bonnie Brae Lyric.
RESERVE CHAMPION CALF – Ariane France with Bonnie Brae Ape McKenna.
HONORABLE MENTION CALF – Tucker Smith with Bonnie Brae Doorman Marlee.

 

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Louise Sproule

Louise Sproule

Louise Sproule has been the publisher of The Review since 1992. A part-time job after high school at The Review got Sproule hooked on community newspapers and all that they represent. She loves to write, has covered every kind of event you can think of, loves to organize community events and loves her small town and taking photographs across the region. She dreams of writing a book one day so she can finally tell all of the town's secrets! She must be stopped! Keep subscribing to The Review . . . or else!

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