Kent Ulmer, president of the Wells County 4-H Association and swine superintendent, hesitantly kisses a piglet during the Thursday, July 19, 4-H auction at the completion of a fair-long fundraiser. During this year's fair, officials displayed several milk jugs bearing pictures of county residents, and the person whose jug received the most money had to pucker up. Learn more in the Friday, July 20, News-Banner. (Video by Justin Peeper)
Friday, July 20, 2012
Thursday, July 19, 2012
A record-breaking 12 4-H members compete in the royal showmanship competition Wednesday, July 18. Jayde Sills took home the trophy and belt buckle after more than two hours of competition. Learn more in the Thursday, July 19, News-Banner. (Video by Chet Baumgartner)
Posted by Jerry Battiste at 9:52 AM
The Huntington County 4-H Robotics Team demonstrates its robot at the Wells County 4-H Fair Wednesday. The team, part of the nationwide organization FIRST, came to help spark interest in creating a similar initiative in Wells County. The team built the robot for the FIRST competitions, which are held at the beginning of the year. This year, they had to design a robot to shoot basketballs and balance on a ramp. (Video by Chet Baumgartner)
To learn more about FIRST, which offers programs for students of different ages, click here.
Posted by Jerry Battiste at 9:33 AM