Washington County 4-Her Madison Moran earned a State Championship in the Texas 4-H Food Show

Fifteen 4-H members from Washington County 4-H participated at the 76th Texas 4-H Roundup in College Station, Texas. Texas 4-H Roundup welcomed around 1,300 youth to compete in approximately 50 diverse competitions throughout the week.  The theme of the Roundup was “Amplify Your Impact”.

Madison Moran participated in her 2nd Texas 4-H Food Show and received a 1st place State Championship win in the Side Dish category with her Broccoli Cauliflower Salad after a day full of contest components.  Moran took a nutrition knowledge test, was judged in kitchen preparation of her dish, was interviewed about her dish and food project work and then did a kitchen skill test in front of judges. There were 40 youth from across the state competing in contest.  This is Moran’s second State Food Show win.

Senior 4-Hers Audrey Schmidt and Madison Moran competed in the State 4-H Food Show at the Texas 4-h Roundup

Also qualifying and competing in the Texas 4-H Food Show was Audrey Schmidt in the Main Dish category where she received 5th place with her Smoked Brunch Cups.

Competing in the Horse Quiz Bowl was Lillian Faske, Jonah Faske, Jonathan Faske and Avila Colanter.  This team earned 7th place team in this competition.  This same team also competed in Horse Judging and the Hippology contest, placing 6th as a team.  Avila Colanter was 8th High Point Individual in Hippology.

Avila Colanter, Lillian Faske, Jonah Faske, and Jonathan Faske competed in the 4-H State Horse Quiz Bowl, Horse Judging, and the Hippology Contest

The Consumer Decision Making Team of Alex Dallmeyer, Madison Moran, Audrey Schmidt and Haylie Niemeyer competed in the Qualifying CDM Judging competition at Texas 4-H Roundup.  This team earned 5th place honors overall, just 4 points from Top 3 placing.

Alex Dallmeyer was recognized as the 5th Place High Point Individual of the contest and also earned 10th place individual award for oral reasons.  The State CDM contest included 34 teams and 113 individuals.

Madison Moran and Dalton Winkelmann each placed third in state competition with their 4-H educational presentations.

On Thursday, 4-Hers competed in Ed

ucational Presentation contests.  Dalton Winklemann received 3rd place in the Promote 4-H division. Madison Moran did an educational presentation in the Ag Technology and Farm Safety category receiving 3rd place.  Weston Hinze presented a Beef Educational presentation in a large category.

Gretchen Schulze, Keely Mikolajchak and Addison Schramme competed in the State 4-H Photography Judging contest and were 5th place team.  Competing in the Photography Contest at the state level with their district winning qualifying photos were Sienna Kelm (blue ribbon), Dawson Rudloff (blue ribbon), Gretchen Schulze (2 blue ribbons) and Audrey Schmidt (6 blue, 3 red ribbons)

Participating in the State 4-H Story Board competition was Addison Schramme in the Jewelry category placing 1st and Audrey Schmidt in Pet Clothing category who also received 1st place.

Keely Mikolajchak, Weston Hinze, and Waylon Hinze (not pictured) were recognized as Texas 4-H Opportunity Scholarship Winners

One of the highlights of the week included Keely Mikolajchak, Weston Hinze and Waylon Hinze being recognized at the 4-H Opportunity Scholarship banquet for their outstanding 4-H careers.  Mikolajchak received a Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Scholarship ($20,000), Waylon Hinze received a Houston Livestock Show and Rode Scholarship ($20,000) and Weston Hinze received a San Antonio & Jason Spence Memorial Scholarship ($21,000).

Texas 4-H Roundup has been held on the campus of Texas A&M University since 1946, therefore making this event the 76th year of Texas 4-H Roundup.

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