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On May 25, 14 4-H youth from seven localities around the state participated in a dog obedience clinic at Cedar Hill in King George.
The clinic consisted of various exercises at Beginner Novice, Pre-Novice and Novice levels. After the clinic
portion, a mini match was held and judged by several older 4-H’ers where all youth earned ribbons to complement their skills.
A pot luck lunch was enjoyed by all and even allowed for some one-on-one instruction.
Thanks to all of Fancy’s Friends 4-H Dog Club parents and members for help with set up, break down and support. Special thanks to Brenda Shaver, 4-H dog leader from Fairfax, and our own 4-H Agent Terry Misch for all their help. Youth participating were Katie and Megan Cameron, Gabe and Rachel Courtney, Jacqueline Dorset, Katie and Sophia Fedorchak, Lauren Grimm, Olivia Martin, Lia Peach, Elyse Quartuccio, Abigail Sites, Lauren Bryan and Danielle Millar. Many of these youth will meet again at the State 4-H Dog Show in September!
- Submitted by Terry Misch