The St. Clair County 4-H had a wonderful turn out on Tuesday, April 9 for the 2019 St. Clair County Round-Up, which was held at the ALFA Building in Ashville. Over 30 4-Hers ages 9-17 competed in woodworking, public speaking, photography, baking, money-management, Legos, art, and story-telling competitions.

eXtreme Birdhouse winners:

1.    Levi Reneman (4th Grade Ashville)

2.   Trevor Wicks (5th Grade Ashville)

3.    Kandiz Davis (4th Grade Ashville)

$15 Challenge winners:

1.    Payton Haney (4th Grade Moody)

2.    Lydia Northam (5th Grade Ashville)

Have I got a Story (public speaking) winners:

1.    Sarah Crow (5th Grade Ashville) Junior Division

1.    Hayden Coker (11th Grade Ashville) Senior Division

Freestyle Showcase winners:

1.    Levi Reneman (4th Grade Ashville)

What Wood U Build winners:

1.    Trevor Wicks (5th Grade Ashville) Junior Division

1.    Nickalous Lee (11th Grade Ashville) Senior Division 

Speak Up Alabama winners:

1.    Logan Glass (11th Grade Ashville) 

Blocks Rock (Lego) winners:

1.    Owen Gravlee (5th Grade Odenville)

2.    Owen Gravlee and Caleb Umphrey (5th Grade Odenville)

3.    Ruby Fowler (5th Grade Springville)

4-H Bake Off winners:

1.    Allison Cotton (5th Grade Springville)

2.    Chloe White (4th Grade Moody)

3.    Kayleigh Hurda (5th Grade Ashville)

The World I See (photography) winners:

1.    Cash Gurley (5th Grade Pell City)

2.    Andrew Walker (5th Grade Pell City)

3.    Ben Glidewell (5th Grade Pell City)

All 1st-3rd place winners will receive an award check in the mail and all 1st and 2nd place winners will have the opportunity to compete at the regional level on May 18.

“We appreciate the over 60 4-Hers, families, friends, and volunteers who came out to support us during this year’s event” said Becky Staples

4-H Agent Assistant. “A great big thank you to the Ashville Alfa Office Agent Geoff Carroll and staff, St. Clair County Farmers’ Federation, the St. Clair County Farmers Federation Women’s Committee, St. Clair County Master Gardeners, and the St. Clair County Conservation District for your assistance with this program- We could not have done it without you!”

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