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Locals impress, communication skills enhanced through 4-H Public Speaking & Presentation program

June 13, 2013

(Photo submitted)

Jefferson and Clearfield counties’ 4-H recently held the 22nd Annual Bi-County 4-H Public Speaking & Presentation Contest at the DuBois campus of Penn State University.

Participants pictured here include (from left) Kristin Mosch, judge; Lance Stone of Winburne; Amanda Pennington of Westover; Tyson Stone of Winburne; Allie Myers of Morrisdale; Josh McCulley of Hastings; Victoria Garner of La Jose; Benjamin Pifer of Punxsutawney; Brayden Grabany of Punxsutawney; Andrew Pifer of Punxsutawney; Cassandra Folmar of Luthersburg; Kestrel Merritt of Morrisdale; Chelsea Folmar of Luthersburg; and Leah Albright, judge.

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