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Graves Co. 4H students winners at KY State Fair

(Photos courtesy: Paul Schaumburg/Graves schools) (Photos courtesy: Paul Schaumburg/Graves schools)
GRAVES COUNTY, KY (KFVS) -

Graves County School District’s students were well-represented among 4-H Club ribbon winners at Kentucky State Fair.

WINGO

Isabella Hussey brownies white ribbon

Anna Rogers colossal cookies blue ribbon

SEDALIA

Matticlaire Wheeler apple cake blue ribbon

LOWES

Lexie Mathis sewing level 1: blue ribbon

FARMINGTON

Krista Mohler cooking chocolate cake baking red ribbon

Graves High

Zoe Dowdy photography level 2 five photographs showing movement – blue ribbon

Zoe Dowdy photography level 2 collection – white ribbon

Zoe Dowdy horticultural black and white photograph – blue ribbon

Zoe Dowdy is also a member of the 4-H State Fashion Board and worked in Cloverville on Saturday doing demonstrations and greeting families who visited. 

GCMS

Emma Purcell photography level 1 sequence of three photographs - blue

Emma Purcell photography level 1 single photo - red

Emma Purcell horticulture Color photo - white

Levi Kelley electric grand champion and reserve champion (runner up in entire division)

Levi Kelley home environment (copper sunflower) blue ribbon

Rhendi Sellars cooking brownies white

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