Several individuals in 4-H participated in the Share the Fun Competition as part of the Washington County Fair earlier this week. Amy Green, 4-H Youth Coordinator says Share the Fun is a communications event that allows the youth to share any talent they might have. Seven acts consisting of 23 youth took part in performances ranging from singing and cheerleading to dancing and promoting trash pickup.
Three acts were chosen by the judges to advance to the State Fair. Johannah Vittetoe from the Limecreek Limelights will perform her clog solo “Giddy on Up.”
The Limecreek Limelights 4-H Club will perform a dance routine to “Funkify Don’t Junkify the Earth.”
Shari Temple and Holly Vittetoe will share their clog duet to “Friends with Tractors.”
The Judge’s Choice was awarded to the Crawfordsville Clover Kids as their 4-H Spirit Squad shared the 4-H Pledge and gave some 4-H cheers. Everyone received participation ribbons for taking part in the competition.