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2019 Communication Arts Contest

The 2019 Communication Arts Contest was held on Sunday, March 31, 2019, beginning at 2:00 p.m. at the Bagg Farm. Judges for the evening were Denise Wik and Laurie Drewlow. The Believers Club provided the snack.

You can find photos from this event at flickr.

The results are as follows:

Interpretative Reading - Senior

Blue - Gina Quamme - It Smells Like Doody Here
Grand Champion - Allison Krause - The Horse Tamer

Interpretative Reading - Junior

Red - Cody Dotzenrod - Me First
Blue - Erin Krause - Elsie's Great Hope
Blue - Samuel Krause - Fritz and the Beautiful Horses
Grand - Samantha Dotzenrod - Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
Grand - McKinnlee Haberman - I Need a New Butt

Speech - Short Take (Junior)

Red - Samantha Dotzenrod - Believers Club

Electronic Presentation (Senior)

Blue - Gina Quamme - Pet Sitting 101

Mass Media - Team (Junior)

Blue - Samantha Dotzenrod and Ava Krier - Bored? Join 4-H!

Demonstration - Individual (Junior)

Red - Cody Dotzenrod - Let's Go Fishing - Tying on a Fishing Hook
Red - Dylan Fowler - How to Butcher a Chicken
Blue - McKinnlee Haberman - How to Make a Paper Mache Pinata
Blue - Myla Witt - Homemade Pasta
Reserve - Samuel Krause - Photosynthesis
Grand - Marisa Mumm - Simple. Fast. Delicious. Buttermilk Salad

Demonstration - Team (Junior)

Grand - Ava and Jaxon Krier - Hockey - Let the Games Begin

Dramatic Presentation - Team (Senior)

Grand - Samantha Dotzenrod and Allison Krause - Stop Talking

Dramatic Presentation - Team (Junior)

Blue - McKinnlee Haberman and Erin Krause - Five Day Forecast


Participation - Interpretive Reading - Natalie Gerner - The Big Book of Thanks
Participation - Interpretive Reading - Michael Krause - The Big Hungry Bear
Participation - Demonstration -
Madison Fowler - How to Make Ice Cream in a Bag

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