RURAL REFLECTIONS Fair Memories
I like a county fair, or at least I like the idea of one. I still love the cattle and exhibits, however time has made me a little less tolerant of people. I can accept the need for Carnies on the midw... Posted on 7/16/09 at 6:05 AM
RUSHMORE — During the Nobles County 4-H Achievement Banquet Saturday night in Worthington, Arla Engelkes was presented the Sapphire Clover — an honor bestowed on those who have served 35 years of adult leadership in the 4-H program. Engelkes is the first Nobles County 4-H volunteer to receive the high honor.
Minnesota 4-Hers must qualify to exhibit a project at the State Fair by receiving an award of excellence placing during their county fair.
At the county level a 4-H member may show several projects – and earn awards of excellence - but generally only one project can advance to the “big show” – the Minnesota State Fair.
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