4-H Youth Receive Awards at Utah FIRST League Championship
Lego Bistro, a Salt Lake County 4-H robotics team, won the Innovative Solution Award at the Utah FIRST League Championship and are now competing in a global competition. Click Here to learn how to vote for Lego Bistro.
Robotics teams from Salt Lake County 4-H competed at the Utah FIRST Lego League (FLL) Championships in January at the University of Utah. FLL is a global robotics and innovation program that promotes science and technology.
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Davis Teens Named National Champions at Livestock Show
(L-R) - Kendall Ritz, Michelle Thurgood, Paula Anderson, and Geena Gross were part of the Davis team who were named national champions at the Western National Roundup Livestock Bowl.
A team of four from Davis County won the Western Roundup Livestock Bowl Championship in Colorado at the National Livestock Show in January. The jeopardy-style event featured questions taken from college-level manuals that related to caring for cattle, sheep and swine. The team's heavy preparation and practice sessions paid off well and they beat teams from Arizona, Florida, Missouri, and Wyoming. Each team member was awarded with a purple rosette ribbon for their achievement.
Team members included Paula Anderson, Geena Gross, Kendall Ritz and Michelle Thurgood. The team first won the 4-H competition at Utah State University to earn their spot at the national event. The four have been involved in 4-H for many years and have all shown animals at the Davis County Fair.
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