Judging interviews help 4-H members gain skills they can use as adults for job interviews. Photo by Carrie Gloeckner.

4-H Project Judging Results Announced

POMEROY, Ohio – Months of work came down to moments in an interviews as 4-H members were judged on their respective projects on July 10, 2019 at the Meigs County Fairgrounds.

According to OSU Extension Educator Nancy Sydenstricker, 19 adults volunteered to judge the projects. She estimated at least 150 projects had been judged yesterday. Projects ranged from livestock to carpentry. Some projects qualify for participants to move on to compete at the Ohio State Fair as well.

In the new building which will be home to the domestic arts exhibits among other things and to be officially named during the Meigs County Fair, 4-H members lined up to wait their turn to go before a judge and be interviewed.

Part of taking a 4-H project is the interview during judging. Photo by Carrie Gloeckner.

Below are the results of the judging:

Part of judging activities includes the Skill-a-thon where participants demonstrate their knowledge in their project field. Photo by Carrie Gloeckner.
Judging was held at the Meigs County Fairgrounds in a new building to be dedicated during the 2019 Meigs County Fair. Photo by Carrie Gloeckner.
Going beyond the book work for the projects, 4-H members interview with adults that have experience, are experts in the respective project field areas. Photo by Carrie Gloeckner.
Volunteers help set up for judging the day before. Photo by Carrie Gloeckner.
Volunteers help set up for judging the day before. Photo by Carrie Gloeckner.