NDSU Extension - McIntosh County


4-H Grows Here

4-H Emblem

The 4-H emblem is a four-leaf clover with the letter "H" on each leaf. The letters stand for head, heart, hands and health.


4-H Pledge

I pledge:

My Head to clearer thinking,

My Heart to greater loyalty,

My Hands to  larger  service, and

My Health to better living

for my club, my community, my country and my world.


4-H Motto

"To Make the Best Better"



4-H Slogan

"Learn By Doing"

People doing

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4-H Awards Banquet-2016

4-H Awards Night

The McIntosh County 4-H Annual Banquet was held on Sunday, November 13 in Ashley. 

4-H members received awards including discs, trophies and plaques for participation in various events throughout the year.                                                                                                    

Communication Arts Participants   -         

Cutler Schaunaman     Cora Schaunaman       

Hailey Metzger   Damian Bender    Megan Monson    

Macy Monson       Patty Bender     

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Consumer Choice Participants -  Addie Schnabel     

Archery Participants -  

Damian Bender      Kenady Gross    Hailey Metzger     

Christy Shockley  Jeremiah Shockley  Jonathan Shockley    

Kya Wiest   Camden Wiest     Elizabeth Pinke   

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Static Outstanding Exhibitors (based on # of exhibits at county fair)   
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Teen:  Reagen Gross
Pre-Teen:  Christy Shockley


Static Exhibit Grand Champions at Tri-County Fair                                                
  • Family & Consumer Science - Cora Schaunaman
  • Science, Engineering & Technology - Adam Wolff
  • Animal & Plant Science - Caylee Walth          
  • Creative Arts - Jonathan Shockley
  • Healthy Living - Damian Bender
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4-H Animal Show Awards
  • Rabbit Doe—Kelli Gropper
  • Rabbit Buck—Hailey Metzger
  • Int. Rabbit Showmanship—Kelli Gropper
  • Jr.  Rabbit Showmanship—Hailey Metzger
  • Pet—Caylee Walth
  • Int. Pet Showmanship—Caylee Walth
  • Breeding Swine—Addie Schnabel
  • Sr. Swine Showmanship—Addie Schnabel
  • Ewe—Kelli Gropper
  • Ram—Christy Shockley
  • Int. Sheep Showmanship—Kelli Gropper
  • Jr. Sheep Showmanship—Christy Shockley
  • Meat Goat—Cora Schaunaman
  • Market Goat—Cora Schaunaman
  • Dairy Goat Buck—Macy Monson
  • Jr. Goat Showmanship—Macy Monson
  • Dairy Female—Caylee Walth
  • Int. Dairy Showmanship—Caylee Walth
  • Bull Calf—Christy Shockley
  • Beef Heifer—Kaden Bader
  • Market Beef—Cora Schaunaman
  • Jr. Beef Showmanship - Cora Schaunaman
  • Int. Beef Showmanship—Josie Dallman
  • Sr. Beef Showmanship—Cassidy Walth
  • Jr. Round Robin—Cora Schaunaman
  • Int. Round Robin—Kelli Gropper
  • Sr. Round Robin—Addie Schnabel

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Cloverbud Recognition                  

  Champion Dairy Goat Doe
Cloverbud participant Megan Monson 

2016 Disc Recipients
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  • Beef – Cassidy Walth
  •            Kaden Bader
  • Dairy  – Caylee Walth
  • Goats – Macy Monson
  • Horse – Macy Monson
  • Poultry – Kenady Gross
  • Rabbit – Kelli Gropper
  • Sheep – Kelli Gropper
  • Swine – Addie Schnabel
  • Animal Science – Jeremiah Shockley
  • Archery – Kya Wiest
  • Environment – Cora Schaunaman
  • Woodworking – Adam Wolff
  • Citizenship – Christy Shockley
  • Clay & Plasterware – Jake Herr
  • Leathercraft – Berkley Frantz
  • Photography – Macy Monson
  • Food & Nutrition – Berkley Frantz
  • Health – Jeremiah Shockley
  • Child Development – Ashley Muller
  • Quilting – Reagen Gross
  • Clothing & Textiles – Macy Monson

We would like to thank our sponsors: Hometown Credit Union, Security State Bank, Farm Credit Services, McIntosh County Bank, and First Community Credit Union who generously support the 4-H program throughout the year!  

It was a fun-filled evening where 4-H members and their families could join together and celebrate their accomplishments!

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