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Adair Co. Spurs 4-H Horse Club takes 1st, Jr. Judging event



2014-04-25 - Bowling Green, KY - Photo by Sandra Rowlett.
The Adair County Spurs 4-H. Horse Club
had the top four highest scores in the Junior Judging event at WKU Ag Center in Bowling Green, KY on Thursday April 17, 2014, and took First Place in the Junior Judging event. The team includes, Front row: Sarah Darnell, Rebecca Mahieu, Anna Evans, Olivia York, Brett Whisman, James Whisman. Back row: Cassie Rowlett, Elizabeth Stamper, Lexi Gist, Layla Powell, Apsen Fruth, Desiree Whisman, Austin Fruth

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