4-H profiles from the Brown County Fair

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Miranda Huber

Age: 16

Hometown: Mansfield

4-H Club: Cattle Kings

Projects: I like the bigger projects, like making horse jumps, patience pulls and reins. I also show two bucket calves, one rabbit, three chickens and two sheep.

Best part of the fair: I like the shows and judging because it’s an accomplishment. Putting all your work into it, getting animals ready. I like walking into the ring and saying, “I’m ready for this, let’s get it done.”

Alexis Simon

Age: 15

Hometown: Groton

4-H Club: Putney Putovers

Projects: Visual arts, home environment and clothing. It’s a lot of home design and arts and crafts.

Best part of the fair: Seeing all my friends and entering my projects.

Lane Tietz

Age: 11

Hometown: Groton

4-H Club: Putney Putovers

Projects: I do visual arts. I made a shelf out of wood and metal.

Best part of the fair: The rides.

Laura Ochsner

Age: 15

Hometown: Aberdeen

4-H Club: Honeybees

Projects: Visual arts, wood projects like outdoor dice games. We used a wood burner, so it was cool to learn how to use one.

Best part of the fair: Making the projects and getting them judged. I like putting them in my house when I’m done.

Laura Robinson

Age: 7

Hometown: Warner

4-H Club: Honeybees

Projects: Home arts. I made a rubber band cross, a snowman out of socks and another cross using ribbon.

Best part of the fair: Entering my stuff and being judged.

Breanna Huber

Age: 13

Hometown: Mansfield

4-H Club: Cattle Kings

Projects: My sister likes the bigger projects, but I like the smaller ones. I make wall decorations for my house and my bedroom. I have a lot of craft projects. I also show rabbits, chickens and bucket calves.

Best part of the fair: Showing animals.