Edmunds County 4-H’ers compete in second judging school
Members of Edmunds County 4-H came together for the second consumer decision judging school. Throughout the process the members made decisions on buying fast food, athletic shoes, quilt fabric, gift cards, insect repellent, frozen pizzas, sandpaper, hair products, t-shirts and a bicycle for a gift.
There were twelve students who competed in 2 schools. High point individuals of the first school were Beginner Chesnee Wagner, Junior Payton Eisenbeisz, Seniors Kayla Braun and Hannah Toennies tied. In the second school winners were Beginner Chloe Jager, Junior Andrew Fuhrmann and Senior Kaylee Braun. All scores from all schools will be averaged and the top four will be selected to judge at the South Dakota State Fair. Announcement of the teams will be made at Edmunds County Achievement Days in August.