Left Top:Pictured are Senior Division Small Group champions Austin Rankin and Kaitlyn Rich from the Waynoka 4-H Club. Rankin and Rich will perform their tuba duet "Battle of the Brass" at the District 4-H Has Talent in Fairview. Middle Top: Senior Division Large Group - (from left, back row) Paris Smith-Dunn, Price Poe, Gavin Cook, Novaly Medrano, Kaitlyn Rich, Kooper Rich; (front row) Morris Litzenberger, Whitney Hanks, Jake Inman, Wyatt Milledge, Koton Fuqua, Dakota Davidson, Titan Smith-Dunn (Waynoka 4-H Club, won Champion at Woods County 4-H Has Talent and will compete at District 4-H Has Talent in January).Top Right: TamLynn Link from the Freedom 4-H Club, Senior Division Individual Act Champion, will compete at the District 4-H Has Talent Jan. 25 in Fairview. Bottom Left: Sarah Whipple from the Alva 4-H Club and Davin Budy from the Waynoka 4-H Club receive Reserve Champion in the Junior Division Small Group. Bottom Middle: Junior Division Individual Acts: (from left, back row) Trenton Welty, Merrit Mantz, Sarah Whipple, Kayla Leeper; (front row) Falyn Thomas, Parker Grimsley, Domynik Link, Oakley Whitaker and Kapri Like. Bottom Right: Katelee and Kase Martin from the Alva 4-H Club receive a blue ribbon and Champion placing in the Junior Division Small Group.
Twenty-eight Woods County 4-H members participated in the 4-H Has Talent Contest on Sunday, Dec. 1, at the Alva High School Auditorium. The 4-H Has Talent Contest gives members of all ages the opportunity to perform in front of a crowd with acts like vocal solos, duets and ensembles, as well as instrumental duets and skits. Judges for the contest were Mickey Jordan and Erin Hopkins.
Junior Division Individual Acts: Champion and Blue Ribbon winner Kayla Leeper, Alva 4-H, Vocal Solo, "Almost There;" Reserve Champion and Blue Ribbon winner Merritt Mantz, Alva 4-H, Vocal Solo, "...