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Thursday, July 23, 2015

4-H Horse Round-up

The McKean County 4-H Horse Program held their annual Round-up at the McKean County fairgrounds. 36 youth participated in 47 contests, with many qualifying for the District VIII Horse Show to be held at the Clearfield County Fairgrounds August 29-30. Kelly Davis of the McKean County Wranglers announced the show with David Phillips from Penn Yan, NY, as judge. The fair queen candidates, Mandi Droney (Miss Bradford), Olivia Stone (Miss Kane), Becca Schwab (Miss Otto-Eldred), Ashley Anderson (Miss Port Allegany), and Lindsay Jack (Miss Smethport), sang the National Anthem and handed out ribbons.

From the Krazy Kritters & More 4-H Club, 4 riders qualified in 14 classes: Irene Gerber (6), Evan Sanderson (3), Seth Sanderson (4), and Hannah Wareham (1). From the McKean County Wranglers, 15 riders qualified in 58 classes: Bethany Bednez (8), Jordan Brown (4), Sara Burt (2), Carly Deitz (5), Alexandria Flynn (4), Jasmine Freer (4), Makayla Gould (5), Emily Gustafson (4), Katie Gustafson (1), Maeve Matheson (2), Brianna Platko (3), Cassandra Platko (4), Sophie Sheridan (5), Autumn Smith (4), and Megan Wells (3). From the Port Allegany Lucky Horseshoes, 10 riders qualified in 22 classes: Allison Deiter (1), Justin Dunn (1), Katelyn Dunn (4), Grace Finn (2), Reese Kinney (3), Jocelyn Lilly (5), Olivia Postlewait (1), Jordyn Rice (3), Madeline Smith (1), and Blake Taylor (1).

McKean 4-H Clubs are part of Penn State Extension’s youth development programming. Traditional clubs are open to youth aged 8-19. Screened adult volunteers contribute their experience, talent, and time through club participation and leadership. Penn State Extension encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact the McKean County Extension Office in advance of your participation. Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to minorities, women, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and other protected groups. Nondiscrimination:

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