University Extension has announced northwest Missouri regional winners on 4-H recognition report forms highlighting what participants accomplished and learned.
Among winners for those age 14 through 18 were Hannah Persell, Padyn Gibson, and Latorrie Johnson from Grundy County; Anderson Rogers of Mercer County; Kyle Hansen and Marley Anderson of Livingston County and Rylee Baragary of Caldwell County.
Northwest regional winners qualify for regional interviews February 4 with the top individuals from combined scores on the interview and recognition form qualifying for state judging. State judging determines delegates to the National 4-H Congress.
Among those ages 8 through 10 receiving recognition on their self-assessments were Hannah Meighen of Mercer County and Addison Banks from Caldwell County, each receiving a $50.00 4-H camp scholarship as well as state medals.
Among the 11 through 13-year-old division, on self-assessment forms, winners included Libby Endicott of Daviess County. Winners in that age group receive a scholarship to the teen 4-H conference or state 4-H conference if they no longer are eligible for the teen event.