Crestomere 4-H Multiclub holds public speaking contest

On January 30 the Crestomere 4-H Multiclub held its ninth annual Club Public Speaking.

On January 30 the Crestomere 4-H Multiclub held its ninth annual Club Public Speaking.

It was a long day, full of informative speeches. We would like to say thanks to the judges: Lori Matejka, Morena Stamm, AshleyDenOudsten, Lacey Elliot, Chance McRobert, Lee Varty, Gail Luc, Karen Latimer, Joyce Winter, Rod Remin, Lori Jess, and Carol Ramey, as well as our MCs Katherine Parker, and Jenna Hodnefield. Congratulations the top three placings:

Junior: 1st Charlotte Cutts, 2nd Aspen McTaggart, and 3rd Teresa Cutts;

Intermediate: 1st Emma-Lee Rust, 2nd Mackenzie Gillard, and 3rd Aiden McTaggart;

Senior: 1st Isabell Stamm, and 2nd Kristofer Malterer.

Everyone had a great time, and hopefully learned lots, too.

Thanks to everyone who came to watch, we hope to see you next year!


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