- By April Bowman
- Posted Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Forsyth 4-H'ers Win Awards at the NC Jr Beef Round-up
Lily Knepp won the Senior Landscape Division with her photo of a farm road and a barn
Lynae Bowman won both the Intermediate animal and the people categories with her photographs of a calf and a shot of a heifer being rinsed. Her brother Nate Bowman won the Junior People category with a shot of his dad feeding the cows
Other placings for Forsyth County 4-H'ers are:
Nate Bowman, 3rd Junior Animals; 2nd Junior Landscape
Calleigh Wilson, 3rd Intermediate Animals; 2nd Intermediate Landscape; 3rd Intermediate People
Luke Arrowood, 4th Intermediate Animals
Garret Richardson, 5th Senior Animals; 5th Senior People
Victoria Richardson, 3rd Junior Landscape
Matthew Richardson, 3rd Intermediate Landscape
Lynae Bowman, 5th Intermediate Landscape
Nate Bowman also won the Junior Graphic Design contest and Lynae was second in the Intermediate contest. The theme was: "Beef: It's What's for Dinner".
In the Livestock Judging Contest, the Intermediate team of Lynae Bowman, Erica and Amber Shutsky and Salem Sifford was second overall. In the junior category, Nate Bowman joined Sedona Sifford (Alamance County) and Cooper Joines (Virginia) to earn the title of second place team.
Lynae Bowman won the Jim Butler Overall Award for the weekend and earned a $500 college scholarship. She is pictured with the Junior Overall points earner, Jordan Mitchem and the Senior Overall points earner, Reagan Mitchem. Points are given for their participation in every category. The Junior, Intermediate and Senior with the most points are given plaques and the individual with the most points wins the scholarship.
To learn more about the NC Jr Beef Round-up click here .