GALESBURG, Ill. — On March 29, 2018 the Knox County 4-H Public Presentations Contest was held at the Knox Agri Center. Twelve current Knox County 4-H members enrolled in the Public Presentations 4-H project participated. Everyone received a blue rating for speeches and food demonstrations. Those advancing to the state competition are Cooper Wilt, with his illustrated speech, “Falling Water,” Deora Inniss, with her original works, “A Sad Story” and Natalie Nelson, “Shake Your Way to Success.” The state competition will be on June 9 at Richland Community College in Decatur, Illinois. Knox County 4-H offers programs in the area of youth development to any youth age 8-18. For more information please contact Angel Wright, Program Coordinator, 309-342-5108.
— University of Illinois Extension
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