“I thought they were so creative!” exclaimed Janeen Tramble, Trigg County Extension Agent for 4-H Youth Development at the University of Kentucky’s Cooperative Extension Service.
In the Lower Elementary category, Noa Estes won first prize for his WALL-E sculpture, Reid McCormick won second prize and Ivey Redd won third place for his log cabin.
In the Upper Elementary category, Alexa Taylor on first prize for her castle, Jace Luton won second prize for robot and Megan Popplewell won third place for her Beauty and the Beast rose. Popplewell also won Best in Show and placed second at the Regional Contest.
In the Middle School category, Seth Futrell won first prize for his trash truck, Frank Stott won second prize for his robot and Alyssa Richardson won third place for her ostrich (which was titled “Ostrash.”
Michaela Flood won in the High School category for her jungle with a frog and a lion. And Lisa Calhoun was the teacher with the largest percentage of participation.