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4-H youth recognized for outstanding communication skills

Project Expo winners (from left). Front row: Mattasyn Romo, PreTeen; Michaela O'Leary, PreTeen. Back row: Kaleen Krueger, Teen; Kaylyn Lindstrom, Teen; Michaela Liebl, Teen. Not pictured: Theresa Klinnert, PreTeen.1 / 2
Speech & Demonstration winners (from left). Front row: Madison Hankinson, Broadcast/Team/PreTeen; Anna Stoppleworth, Commercial/Ind/PreTeen; Preeti Chemiti, Broadcast/Team/PreTeen & Commercial/Ind/PreTeen & Short Takes/PreTeen; Rachel Danielson, Public Speaking/PreTeen; Pooja Chemiti, Broadcast/Team/PreTeen & Short Takes/PreTeen. Back row: Dakoda Hankinson, Broadcast/Team/PreTeen; Shivani Guduru, Interpretive Reading/ Serious/Teen; Hannah Klinnert, Presentation Software/Teen, Interpretive Reading/Serious...2 / 2

The annual Cass County 4-H Communication Arts & Expo Contest was held Jan. 29, at the Horace Elementary School in West Fargo.

Approximately 90 presentations and displays from youth ages 5-18 were presented in 17 different competitive categories.

The purpose of the Communication Arts contest is to help 4-H youth learn to organize information, and develop skills in communication. The Expo contest is an opportunity for 4-H members to research a topic directly related to a 4-H project, and prepare a table-top educational display. 

Winners in the Communication Arts categories will compete in June during the District 4-H Communication Arts Contest, to be held in Fargo. Expo winners, consequently, will compete in the State 4-H Expo Contest, to be held in July during the North Dakota State Fair.

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