The 4-H Livestock Judging Clinic held Saturday, September 18, at the Kalkaska County Civic Center/Fairgrounds was a huge success. 4-H and fairs in rural areas are often challenged to find judges. The main goal of this clinic was to develop a group of adults that would eventually serve as judges for 4-H livestock shows. Ninety-two people attended, including 77 participants from 18 counties, 10 presenters and five North Region 4-H staff members.
Barb Duvall, Michigan State University Extension educator, would like to extend thanks to Diane Brazier, program instructor; Dee Miller, Extension educator; Karen Fifield, program associate; Leah Herrick, 4-H assistant; and Mary Moore, support staff member, for helping make the clinic a success. I second that!